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Territorial Asylum Visa Subclass 800

Subclass 800 visa in Australia is popularly known as the Territorial Asylum or Political Asylum visa. This visa category is granted by the Minister of Foreign Affairs to those individuals in the country who do not seek protection and are not refugees.

Subclass 800 is not categorized as a refugee visa since it is not granted to refugees under the country’s protection obligations. If an individual seeks Australian protection, they should apply for-

Why to apply for a Subclass 800 Visa

Subclass 800 visa is a permanent permit to the Country. This visa allows its holders to-

  • Stay in the country indefinitely.
  • Work in any stream in the country.
  • Study in the country in their respective field of interest.
  • Include immediate members of the family unit in the visa application (required form, if any).
  • Enroll in the free medicare facility of the Government.
  • Immediate access to social security benefits.
  • Enroll in free English language classes.
  • To apply for citizenship (if eligible).

To know more about the provisions of subclass 800 or for your specific or general queries on eligibility conditions, migration requirements, and visa processing, contact our 800 visa consultants or immigration agents. Generally, a permanent resident is entitled to almost the level of benefits and rights as a citizen, with little difference.

What are the Eligibility Requirements for Territorial Asylum Visa 800

To be eligible to apply for a subclass 800 visa, the applicant must meet the Department’s required eligibility conditions.

  • The applicant must be granted a territorial asylum before.
  • The applicant must not be ascertained as a risk to security(directly or indirectly).
  • The Minister must be satisfied that the applicant meets the character test s per the conditions of the visa category.
  • The Foreign Minister must not identify the applicant as a person whose presence would be against Australian foreign policies.
  • The applicant must be identified as affected by risk factors, as per the subclass 800 visa conditions.
  • The ministers must be convinced that the applicant is not associated with any proliferation of mass destruction weapons.
  • The applicant and their immediate family members (named in the application) must have paid back or made necessary arrangements to pay back all the visa categories.
  • The applicant must undertake and pass the medical assessment as per the visa requirements.
  • The applicant must be genuine in his intent to stay in the country permanently.
  • The applicant must sign the Australian value statement to accept and follow Australian laws.
  • The Minister must be convinced that the grant of subclass 800 visa category would be in the best of the applicant and the family members (named in the application).

The applicants and their immediate family members (named in the visa application ) must be in the migration zone while applying for the subclass 800 visa and when the decision is taken.

The shared information is exclusive but not exhaustive, and the applicants are advised to take the help of qualified migration agents to go through the complete eligibility requirements before applying. For more information on visa conditions and processing, please contact our immigration consultants to assist you through the entire process. We suggest you book an appointment with our 800 visa consultants/ immigration agents to secure favorable migration requirements and processing plans.

How to Apply for a Subclass 800 Visa

There is no prescribed visa application form for the subclass 800 visa category. The application must be made in the manner specified or outlined by the Minister.

Before applying for the subclass 800 visa application, the applicant must ensure that they hold valid documentary evidence to prove their identity, nationality, or citizenship; Get in touch with our visa consultants/ immigration agents for more details on eligibility conditions and visa processing after you apply.

If the applicant fails to meet other visa conditions, though they were first granted territorial asylum ca be refused for the 800 visa grant after due consultation with the United Nations and other International Bodies.

The family member is required to be named in the combined application as per 800 visa conditions. However, they are not entitled to apply separately unless they are a newborn child or new spouse or de-facto partner or dependent child (requested by the principal applicant in writing). Contact our visa consultant or immigration agents for detailed information on application processing and form-based eligibility conditions.

Talk to our 800 visa consultant or immigration agents to accurately file all the application forms and quick processing. Our specialized visa consultants/ immigration agents are trained to counsel the client based on their eligibility and migration conditions and then provide all the assistance required to ensure a favorable visa decision

Processing Time for Territory Asylum Visa 800

The standard processing time for a subclass 800 visa is not fixed and changes based on the applicant’s profile and migration requirements.

Generally, the Department places a cap or a limit on asylum visa Subclass 800 granted each year.

The Department generally asks for additional information both from the applicants and/ or external agencies (if any). Generally, the verification procedure for a permanent visa is more thorough than a permanent visa category.

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Our visa consultant/immigration agents understand your preferences, eligibility conditions, and requirements and are ready to offer you successful migration prospects. Our migration agents/ visa consultants are easily contactable to help you with your visa processing. To book an appointment with our 800 visa agents or immigration consultants, contact us. or dial us at 1300 92 33 22

Our visa consultant/immigration agents are experienced enough to secure a successful visa decision. Contact our (800) visa consultant/immigration agents to know in detail about the processing and conditions attached to the particular visa. Our single contact approach ensures that our clients get an individual visa consultant/immigration agent specifically assigned to each one of them and assist them at every single step of the visa process.

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