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Hi All, My brother [PR holder] and I [citizen of Australia] have been living in Australia for well over 10 years along with our families. My brother and I are the only children for my parents. We are from an Indian origin. 3 years ago my dad passed away. After this, we were bringing our mother to Australia on a Visitor Visa in the hope that she could spend sometime with us and the remaining time in India. This worked ok for us for 2 years. This year we have taken the decision that it is best if mom spends a more significant time with us rather than in India. I have been reading various forums and the immigration wesbsite and noted that as a first step prior to any long term visa solution, I would have to apply for removal of Condition 8503 - NO FURTHER STAY. Assuming, I am successful, with this, I would like to apply for a visa that gives mother the freedom to stay with us as long as she wishes without any travel restrictions [Her current Visitor visa has condition 8558 - MAXIMUM 12 MONTHS STAY IN 18 MONTHS ]. Below are some of the visa options I have with me. I would like to seek advice on which of the below visa options I should choose and any pros or cons: - Contributory parent visa (subclass 143) - Remaining Relative visa (subclass 115) - Parent visa (subclass 103) - Aged Parent visa (subclass 804) - Remaining Relative visa (subclass 835) - Contributory Aged Parent visa (subclass 864) PS: My mother's age is 64. Appreicate your feedbacks and responses. Thanks, Satish
Hello, I want to my mum to come through to see us on a 6 months visitor visa. However she doesn't have sufficient funds herself and would need me to provide with evidence that she will be taken care of when she comes. So my credit card limit statement or bank statements. Can I provide this evidence on her behalf if I am only on a 457 visa? I've been in Australia for 1 year so far on my 457 visa. I guess it would be easier if I was a permanent resident or citizen. Will they give her the visa? Really need advise on this.