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Carer visa Onshore (subclass 836)

Purpose of this visa: This visa, approved by the Australian government, allows a person to immigrate to the United States to help a relative or family member who needs assistance due to a permanent or long-term illness And who has no one to take care of. in Australia.

Benefits of this Visa

An Individual can

  • Stay in Australia as a permanent resident.
  • Sponsor (eligible) family members to relocate to Australia.
  • Apply for Australian citizenship if you meet the eligibility criteria.
  • Do Job-Study in Australia.
  • Applicants may travel in and out of Australia as many times as they wish for a period of five years from the date of issue of this visa. If you wish to travel after the initial 5-year travel structure.
  • To re-enter Australia as a permanent resident, you must apply for and obtain a Resident Return (RRV).
  • If you become an Australian citizen, you do not need a visa to enter Australia and you can travel to Australia.
  • Eligible for health care through Medicare (Australian Health Care Scheme with regard to maintenance and costs) and PBS (Pharmaceutical Benefit Scheme).
  • Family: Members who can be enclosed in your application:
  • Partner
  • Dependent child
  • Other dependent family acquaintances
  • Partner: Partner can be
  • Spouse
  • De facto partner
  • Dependent child:
  • Below 18 years
  • 18 years of age or older and have relied on you wholly or substantially for sufficient time to meet  for basic needs.
  • Unable to work due to partial or total loss of physical or mental function, regardless of age (whether accompanied by a support person or not)
  • Dependent Relatives: include the ones who
  • Have been dependent for a sufficient period.
  • The principal is usually a resident of the applicant’s household.
  • You are totally or substantially dependent on yourself for a sufficient period of time to meet your basic needs.
  • Depends on the candidate more than anyone else.
  • Not married, married or in a real relationship.

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