Child Visa (subclass 101)
A parent who satisfies the requirements can sponsor their child to reside in Australia for as long as they desire with a Child visa (subclass 101). For a kid under the age of 18, a parent can apply.
For this visa, the Child must:
Lean on your folks and be by yourself.
at the moment of application, be outside of Australia.
be sponsored by a qualified parent, or by the spouse or common-law partner of an eligible parent.
Neither currently nor ever had a companion.
getting hitched or being wed.
when two individuals share a home.
Either: Have a minimum age of 18.
or older than 18 but under 25 and enrolled full-time in education.
Or if you are over 18 and have a handicap.
Fill the need for wellness.
Make it through the morality exam.
If their application is accepted, they can travel to Australia and obtain a permit to live there permanently.
Work while you study. Enroll in Medicare, Australia’s government-run health insurance scheme.
Apply for naturalization in Australia if you are qualified.
Family members can travel to Australia on their dime.
You may travel to and from Australia for five years.
The kid can request a Resident Return Visa to return to Australia as a permanent resident after five years, and if granted, they will be able to do so.
Adoption visa (subclass 102).
Children who have been adopted or will be adopted by an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident, or an eligible New Zealand citizen may stay in Australia with the Adoption visa (subclass 102).
For this visa, the Child must:
If the application is accepted, the applicant can move to Australia and remain there as a permanent citizen with a visa.
• Study and work.
• Enroll in Medicare, Australia’s state health care program.
• Apply to become an Australian citizen if you are qualified.
• Arrange for family members to visit Australia.
• Travel to and from Australia for five years.
• The kid can apply for and receive a Resident Return Visa after five years, which will allow them to return to Australia as permanent residents.
A Child can obtain an SC 802 visa
With the Child Visa (Subclass 802), a child who is already in Australia and whose parents are Australian citizens, Permanent Residents, or eligible New Zealand citizens can stay there with their parents for as long as they want.
The Child must be Eligible to obtain this passport.
• Be an Australian permanent visa bearer, a New Zealander who satisfies certain criteria, or the child of an Australian citizen.
• Be younger than 18 years old, older than 18 but younger than 25, enrolled full-time in school and financially dependent on their parents, or older than 18 but unable to work due to a condition.
• Rely on your parents while living independently.
• When submitting the questionnaire, you must be located outside of Australia.
• Be able to be sponsored by a qualified parent, their spouse, or their de facto partner.
• I don’t have a companion and never have.
• Be one of the following: o under the age of 18, o over the age of 18 and under 25 and enrolled full-time in school, o over the age of 18 with a disability, o married or betrothed to be married.
• Verify your physical condition.
• Demonstrate a strong moral code.
The Department of Home Affairs will only grant this visa to a child under the age of 18 if one of the following conditions is met: the child has the written consent of all parties who have the authority to determine where the child may live; the child’s home country’s laws permit them to leave their home country; or it is by any Australian child order regarding the child.
If the Application is Approved, the person can:
• Move to Australia and stay there as a permanent resident on a visa.
• Work and study.
• Sign up for Medicare, which is the public health care system in Australia.
• If you are eligible, apply to become an Australian citizen.
• Help family members come to Australia.
• Spend 5 years going to and from Australia.
• After 5 years, the child can get a Resident Return Visa to come back to Australia as a permanent resident by applying for it and getting it.