Australian Contributory Parent Visa facilitates the parents of the eligible individuals to stay in the country temporarily. However, there is no facility to renew or extend the Subclass 173 Visa. An applicant must meet the balance of family test to apply for this visa subclass through his eligible children.
The Subclass 173 Contributory Parent Visa is precisely devised for the parents of:
A Subclass 173 Contributory Parent Visa allows an applicant to travel and live in Australia with their children (if they are eligible sponsors) for up to two years. It is a temporary visa that can be converted into a permanent contributory visa (subclass 143) later.
The Subclass 173 Contributory Parent Visa aids cost spreading; an applicant can pay for the permanent visa cost over a number of years. A visa application can be made twice; first for the Contributory Parent (Temporary) Visa, and then for the Contributory Parent (Permanent) Visa. To get detailed information on the requirements and processing of a Contributory Parent Visa, get in touch with our expert Subclass 173 immigration agents.
The Subclass 173 Contributory Parent Visa (temporary) allows an applicant to stay in the country for two years. After the applicant has been granted a permit, the visa period starts on the date the applicant enters Australia. The Contributory Parent (Temporary) Visa is granted with multiple entries. An applicant can travel outside Australia and return as many times as they want within the span of two years. They can also work and study in their respective field of interest until their current visa expires.
The holders of an Australian Contributory Parent Visa can enrol themselves in the government’s healthcare system.
To be able to apply for the Contributory Parent Visa Subclass 173, the individual must have a child who is a lawful citizen of the country or a permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen.
The applicant for the Subclass 173 Contributory Parent Visa must meet the balance of family test, which means at least half of their children should live in Australia or more of their children should live in Australia than any other country.
To apply for the Contributory Parent Visa Subclass 173, the applicant must meet the Department of Home Affairs’ health and character requirements as specified.
The applicant must have an eligible sponsor to secure a favourable visa process under Subclass 173. The sponsor undertakes the obligation to provide for the financial requirements of the applicant’s stay and day-to-day necessities. The applicant’s eligible child must be the sponsor for the applicant provided the child is 18 years of age or older. If the eligible child is not 18 years of age or older, the sponsor could be:
The child of the applicant must have been living in the country lawfully for at least two years. A favourable application for a Contributory Parent Visa Subclass 173 requires specific knowledge of the visa category. Please book an appointment with our Subclass 173 immigration agents to ensure a positive outcome.
The candidate should ensure that no payment is due to the Australian government, or if there is any adequate steps are taken to repay them. The candidate must also corroborate that they and their family members abide by the laws of the country and follow the visa conditions as set by the department.
The requirements for the Contributory Parent Visa Subclass 173 are specific and necessitates due compliance for a favourable decision.
To apply for the Subclass 173 Contributory Parent Visa, the candidates must be specify that they and their family members (named in the application) have a valid passport. A new passport should be applied for if required. For the Contributory Parent Visa Subclass 173, family means:
The next step is to gather all the relevant documentary evidence to substantiate the application’s facts. The generally required documents are:
Several other documents might be required based on the applicant’s condition and the status of the visa application. We recommend you to consult our registered Subclass 173 immigration agents for further information.
The applicant must ensure all the details as filled in the application form are genuine and have adequate documentary evidence in their support. There should not be any contradictory information in the application form.
The duly filled application form needs to be submitted with the Department of Home Affairs along with the requisite fees. The application will not be considered if the fee is not paid in full. After successfully submitting the Subclass 173 Contributory Parent Visa application, the decision is communicated to the applicants through a letter that is sent to their registered postal address. In of the event of the rejection of any visa application, the grounds of the refusal are also outlined to the applicants.
If your visa application is rejected, the chances of securing a new visa are significantly reduced. We at E-Help understand the value of living with your parents and the joy of taking care of your child. Our specialised Subclass 173 experts are trained to counsel the client and provide all the assistance required to ensure a favourable visa decision for a Subclass 173 Contributory Parent Visa.
There are several ways by which a visa agent can effortlessly serve you through the complex immigration process. Our Subclass 173 immigration agents offer accurate information on the visa categories and their requirements and are more than happy to assist in your successful visa process. Please schedule an appointment with our immigration professionals to start a hassle-free and effortless visa journey.
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