Child Visa (ONSHORE) Subclass 802 Visa - E-HELP CONSULTANCY AND MIGRATION SERVICES
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Subclass 802 Child Visa

The subclass 802 Visa, or Child Visa, is structured for those eligible parents who wish to sponsor their child to live in Australia permanently. The eligible parent can apply for the visa category on behalf of their child providing the child is below 18.

Subclass 802 is an onshore visa, and the subclass 101 is the offshore child visa alternative. Both the visa categories are designed for the applicants to live in the country permanently.

Why apply for a Child (Onshore) Visa 802?

Subclass 802 visa allows it holders to:

  • Stay and work in australia for an indefinite period.
  • Travel to and from from Australia for five years.
  • Apply for citizenship (if eligible).
  • Sponsor members of the family unit to come to the country.
  • Enroll in the medical health care scheme of the Government.

The possessor of a permanent visa has almost the same level of rights and provisions as the citizen, with only a few differences. With this in mind, the visa conditions need to be complied with by the holder at all times in order for it to remain valid. For specific or general query about the visa, please contact our expert 802 visa consultants.

What are the requirements for Child Onshore Visa 802?

To be eligible for a subclass 802 visa, the applicant must meet the Department’s required criteria.

  • The candidate (child) must be dependent on a parent, who is either a:
    • Australian Citizen
    • Australian Permanent Visa Holder
    • New Zealand Citizen (Eligible)
  • The child could be the:
    • Biological child
    • Adopted child (adoption must be completed before the child turns 18)
    • Stepchild
  • The candidate must be sponsored by his parents, parent’s spouse, or de-facto partner.
  • The candidate must be-
    • below 18 years old, or
    • over 18 years and below 25 years and studying full time, or
    • over 18 years (with a disability)
  • The candidate must not be married, engaged, or have a de-facto partner.
  • The candidate must meet all the health and character requirements of the visa category.
  • The candidate must obtain written consent from everyone who can decide legally where the child should live.
  • The candidate and their sponsor must have paid back all the dues to the Australian Government (if there is any) or have made adequate payment arrangements.
  • The child (above eighteen) must sign a values statement to confirm they will obey the Australian laws and living rules.

Ultimately, it is up to the candidate to convince the Department that the visa grant is in the applicant’s best interest. With this in mind, we recommend working with our specialised 802 visa consultants to ensure your visa application secured a favourable outcome.

How to Apply for a Subclass 802 Visa

Before applying for the subclass 802 visa application, the candidate must ensure that they hold a valid passport; if not, a valid passport should be acquired before applying for the visa.

The next step lies in the gathering of the relevant evidence. All the documentary proofs must be collected and analysed alongside the Subclass 802 visa application requirements. The evidence should complement the facts provided in the 802 visa application. Get in touch with our 802 visa consultants for further details.

Further, the applicant must ensure that they have not been rejected for access to Australia before. This might lead to the refusal of their subclass 802 visa application. Contact our 802 visa immigration agents for detailed information on visa processing.

The complete subclass 802 visa application can then be filed with the Department along with the requisite fees.

Once the subclass 802 visa has been submitted, the Department will begin its assessment, and will inform the applicant of the final outcome via registered mail.

If you are concerned about filing your subclass 802 child visa application correctly, get in contact with the immigrations agents at E-Help. Our specialized (802) visa consultants are trained to counsel the client and provide all the assistance required to ensure a favorable visa decision. Please schedule an appointment with our 802 visa immigration agents to start a hassle-free and effortless visa journey.

Processing Time for Child (Onshore) Visa 802

The usual processing time for a child (onshore) visa (subclass 802) is not fixed and varies depending upon the individual application.

Communicate with a professional 802 visa immigration agent at E-Help for further details on the visa processing time and necessities. Often, the processing time of the subclass 802 visa application may be a little higher than usual if –

  • The candidate has not completed the application correctly
  • The candidate has not included all of the required documents
  • The Department need more information

The Department requires more time to thoroughly verify the documents

The Department generally asks for additional information from the candidates and external agencies in order to finalise the application’s decision.

Contact Us

At E-Help, don’t sell; we counsel. Our experienced 802 visa consultants will communicate with you, dig deeper into your profile to understand your preferences and requirements, and then identify the segment that can offer you the highest possibility of successful migration and the best prospects. We will ensure that we help you with your migration journey untill the end. Our team is constantlyupdated with the latest changes in immigration laws and policies and are prepared to offer you accurate and timely advice to make the best possible immigration decision.

Our 802 visa immigration agents will be more than happy to assist you in your visa related concerns. We would love to be a part of your journey of converting the Australian dream to reality! To book an appointment with our 802 visa immigration agents, contact us or dial us at 1300 92 33 22.

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