Child visas are available to children whose parents reside in Australia. For various reasons a child may not have been included on their parent’s visa or they are not currently residing with their parents, requiring them to apply for a child visa.
As a team that understands the importance of family, the staff at Visa Solutions Australia will do their utmost to reconnect you with your family. Our experienced registered migration agents will ensure you have all the required supporting documentation to present with your application to give you the best chance of success.
People with a parent residing in Australia can apply for this visa. They must be sponsored by their parent or parent’s spouse or de-facto partner, all of whom should be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen.
While in most cases applicants should be under 18 years of age, visa applications can be lodged until the child turns 25 years of age. Applicants must be single, i.e., unmarried, not in a de-facto relationship or engaged.
Applicants must be offshore when applying for a child visa.
If the applicant has siblings wishing to apply for a child visa, they must each submit a separate application.
Talk to one of the registered migration agents from Visa Solutions to discuss your child visa application. We understand that applying for a visa and waiting for an outcome can be a stressful time, but we will work with you from start to finish on your child visa application to make the whole process smooth and worry-free.
Many people who dream of a new life in Australia, will go to great lengths to ensure it becomes a reality. Justin Vella, who’s from Durban in South Africa endured a 15 month wait for his permanent residency when he moved across from a 457 visa. There are much-debated impending changes surrounding migration and visas and this is what led to the delay.