How to bring your aged relatives to Australia with a Subclass 114
After having settled down in Australia, many people wish to bring their family members and relatives to Australia, especially, who are dependent and aged to be looked after. That’s why a Subclass 114 visa is here to help fulfill that desire. The following parts of this article will provide readers with detailed information about this visa.
What is a Subclass 114 visa?
Aged Dependent Relative visa – Subclass 114 is a permanent visa that allows a single elderly who totally depends on their Australian relative for financial support to come and live in Australia.
Benefits of an Aged Dependent Relative visa – Subclass 114
A Subclass 114 visa provides many wonderful benefits to its applicants.
|Residence benefits|| |
|Free entries benefits|| |
|Social security benefits|| |
|Education benefits||Having full study and work rights.|
|Sponsor family member benefits||Can sponsor another eligible family member|
If you still have more questions relating to the benefits of an aged dependent relative visa – Subclass 114, contact VEM today so that our consultants can assist you immediately.
Requirements of a Subclass 114 visa
Many people long to migrate their aged relatives to Australia, but they can’t because they don’t meet the Australian requirements. Here’s an overall list of requirements that you need to know before lodging your Aged Dependent Relative visa.
|For the applicants and the sponsor|| |
Meet the health and character requirements.
Must pay back debts to the Australian Government or there must be a formal arrangement to pay it back.
|For the sponsor|| |
Must be a settled Australian citizen, Eligible New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident
Over 18 years old.
Had provided any kind of financial support for the applicants for at least 3 years before the sponsorship.
|For the applicants|| |
Must be old enough to receive Age Pension in Australia.
Must be single.
|For the accompany family member|| |
Must be single.
If you’re still wondering whether or not you and your parents fit these requirements, contact VEM now so that our consultant can assist you directly.
An Aged Dependent Relative visa – Subclass 114 requires the applicants to be old enough to receive Age Pension in Australia. Specifically,
|Period within which a person was born||Pension age||Date pension age changes|
|From 1 July 1952 to 31 December 1953||65 years and 6 months||1 July 2017|
|From 1 January 1954 to 30 June 1955||66 years||1 July 2019|
|From 1 July 1955 to 31 December 1956||66 years and 6 months||1 July 2021|
|From 1 January 1957 onwards||67 years||1 July 2023|
If there’s any further questions related to the Age Pension in Australia, contact VEM for proper and detailed advice from our consultant – Mr Phong Cao (CEO of VEM) who is licensed by the Australian Government (MARN: 1577877). He’s capable of giving you the most suitable advice and tips for your specific case.
Step-by-step of an Aged Dependent Relative visa
- Step 1: Checking if you meet the requirements.
- Step 2: Making the application.
- Step 3: Your application is processed and placed in a queue.
- Step 4: Paying the second instalment at the time of decision.
- Step 5: Being granted a Subclass 114 visa.
Mr Phong Cao is responsible for providing you with the most updated information about your visa application process. This is why many clients have chosen VEM’s services.
What documents and papers are required when it comes to a Subclass 114 visa?
Applicants must prepare their documents carefully to increase their chances of getting a visa grant. Because if the DHA finds your papers insufficient, you’ll be asked to add those papers. This would cost you lots of waiting time.
A proper document for an Aged Dependent Relative visa includes:
|For the applicant and the sponsor||Proof of your relationship|| |
|Proof of the dependence on the sponsor|| |
Provide documents which proves that the main applicant is dependent on the sponsor:
|The applicant||Identification papers|| |
|The sponsor||Identification papers|| |
|Financial proof|| |
Provide proof that you’re capable of providing for the main applicant.
Fill in form 40.
All of VEM’s clients will be instructed about these papers.
|For the accompany person (if any)|| |
Mr Phong Cao will assist you directly with your preparation for the documents. Hence, your final visa application will always be properly prepared according to the Australian migration laws.
Cost of an Aged Dependent Relative visa – Subclass 114
|Types of charges and fees||The amount of money (AUD)|
|For the visa applicant||For the accompany member|
|First instalment||4,425|| |
Note: The 114 visa fees listed above do not include a 1.4% surcharge.
There are also other costs for health and police checks.
The Australian migration laws change constantly. That’s why the cost for a Subclass 114 will fluctuate over time.
Thanks to being a member of the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA: 12648), Mr Phong Cao is able to receive the latest news about any new changes about Australian migration regulations. He’ll immediately inform these new adjustments to the cost of a Subclass 114 visa to VEM’s clients.
Processing times of an Aged Dependent Relative visa in 2021
Until now there is no specific processing time for this subclass according to the DHA’s website.
However, you must prepare your documents properly before lodging your visa application to avoid visa refusal.
The obligations of the Subclass 114 visa’s sponsor
The sponsor must complete the payment for the deposit before the Subclass 114 visa is granted. Besides, after the applicant’s arrival in Australia, the sponsor must carry out their obligations:
The sponsor must support the applicants in accomodation, food and drink, etc in the first two years in Australia. Pay for the Australian welfare fees.
Don’t hesitate to contact VEM if you still have questions about the responsibilities of the sponsor. Our professional migration consultant will assist you.
Frequently asked questions
The answer is no. This visa requires you to be offshore when the application is lodged.
The DHA encourages you to stay outside of Australia.
We hope the information in this article can give you an understanding of a Subclass 114 visa. If there’s any further information, don’t hesitate to leave a comment or call us via hotline. VEM will contact you back as soon as possible.