There are a number of different family migration visas available in Australia.
M Legal can help navigate visa options and manage the visa application process from end-to-end. Family migration visa options include:
Partner Visas Subclass
Australian citizens and permanent residents can sponsor partners for migration to Australia. To sponsor a partner, you must either be married, in a defacto relationship, have a registered relationship or be engaged.
Parents with at least half their children living permanently in Australia may be eligible for a parent visa which gives them permanent residence in Australia. Parents over a certain age may be eligible to apply for an onshore ‘aged parent’ visa.
Visitor Visas for Parents
Parents with Australian citizen or permanent resident children may be eligible for longer-stay visitor visa. This is available for certain eligible country passport.
This visa requires the child to be sponsored by a parent who is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen.
Aged Dependent Relative Visas
Australian permanent residents can sponsor relatives they have been supporting financially for the last 2 years, provided the relative is aged 65 or over.
Remaining Relative Visas
Remaining relative visas require you to have most of your close relatives living lawfully and permanently in Australia. You would need to be sponsored by a relative who is a settled permanent resident or citizen.
Carer visas allow Australian citizens and permanent residents with a medical condition or disability to sponsor a relative to live in Australia to take care of them.