If you are married to an Australian Citizen, Permanent resident or Eligible New Zealand citizen, or have been in a defacto relationship (common law) with one for at least 12 months, you may be eligible for immigration by obtaining a Spouse Visa to Australia. Your spouse may sponsor you for a period of two years. After this, if the relationship is still genuine and continuing, you may be eligible for permanent residence.
Parents who wishes to join their children in Australia must be Sponsored by their legally resident Child. If you are the parent of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen you may be able to qualify for this type of visa if your child is willing and able to sponsor you. Please note that there are 1,000 places available for regular parent visas, and there is a long wait for this type of visa.
The Australian citizen/permanent resident can sponsor his/her family member for the visit and immigration visa. Which means that your sponsor will provide a written statement pledging to support you for your first two years in Australia, including accommodation and financial assistance to meet reasonable living needs. Family migration applicants are assessed on an individual basis by the Australian immigration authorities, and are assessed against Australia’s health and character requirements.
If some individual willing/intending to marry an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Australia, he/she may be able to obtain obtain a fiancé(e) visa for immigration to Australia. Your fiancé can sponsor you for temporary residence in Australia for up to nine months during which the marriage must take place.
This visa is for the individuals who are in a genuine relationship (interdependent) with an Australian Citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen and wish to enter and remain permanently in Australia, you will need to obtain an Interdependent Partner visa. This provision includes same sex couples.
The Australian Government issues this visa to international young family members with the intention to providing him the opportunity to live and learn in Australia for up to 12 months.
The Australia’s working holiday maker visa scheme allows young people to have an extended holiday while supplementing their travel funds through incidental employment, thus experiencing closer contact with the local community and promoting international understanding.
All the foreign/local employers working in Australia can sponsor an international worker to enter Australia to live and work up to 4 years under the Australian Temporary Work Skilled Visa (Subclass 457). The visa holder’s family member can accompany and can work or study during their stay in Australia.
Australia is well known for providing a high quality lifestyle and excellent employment opportunities, so it is no doubt that lots of people across the globe want to relocate Australia to live and work on permanent basis or sometimes on temporary basis. [Read more…]