Partner & Family Visas

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Partner & Family Visas

There are a number of different types of visas that allow partners and families to live in Australia. The most common types of visas are the Partner Visa and the Family Visa.

The Partner Visa is a visa that allows the spouse or de facto partner of an Australian citizen or permanent resident to live in Australia. The partner must be aged 18 years or over and must be a member of the opposite sex to the Australian citizen or permanent resident.

The Family Visa is a visa that allows the family members of an Australian citizen or permanent resident to live in Australia. The family members must be aged 18 years or over and must be related to the Australian citizen or permanent resident by blood, marriage or adoption.

Both the Partner Visa and the Family Visa allow the holder to live, work and study in Australia. The holder of a Partner Visa can also apply for Australian citizenship.

 

Partner Migration Onshore (820 & 801)

Partner Migration Onshore (820 & 801) is a permanent visa for people who are in a relationship with an Australian citizen or permanent resident. This visa allows you to live and work permanently in Australia with your partner.

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Partner Migration Offshore (309 & 100)

The Partner Migration Offshore ( 309 and 100 ) visas are permanent residence visas for people who are married to or in a de facto relationship with an Australian citizen or permanent resident, who lives outside Australia.

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Other Family and Child Migration Visas

There are many family and child migration visas available to people who want to migrate to Australia. The type of visa that you apply for will depend on your relationship with the person who is sponsoring you, as well as your own personal circumstances.

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Contributory Parent Visas (804, 864, 884 & 8700 (173, 103 & 143)

There are a number of contributory parent visas available to parents who wish to live in Australia with their children. These include the Contributory Parent (Temporary) visa (subclass 173), the Contributory Parent (Migrant) visa (subclass 143), the Contributory Aged Parent (Residence) visa (subclass 864), and many more.

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Career Visas (836 & 116)

There are two types of career visas that allow you to work in Australia: the 836 visa and the 116 visa. The 836 visa is for people who have been offered a job in Australia, while the 116 visa is for people who have been invited to apply for a job in Australia.

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Visitor & Tourist Visa (600)

The Visitor Visa (600) is a short stay visa that allows you to visit Australia for tourism or business purposes. This visa is valid for up to 12 months and may allow you to enter Australia multiple times.

 

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