Subclass 804 visa helps parents reunite with their children in Australia
Being able to sponsor another family member, especially aged parents to Australia has been an ideal dream of many migrants including Australian migrants. An Australian Aged Parent visa – Subclass 804 is something you and your family should consider. Keep reading this article to find out more about this visa.
What is an Aged Parent visa – Subclass 804?
This is one of the visas in Parent visas. This is a visa where you can sponsor your aged parents to Australia permanently if you’re an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen staying in Australia.
Many people tend to choose to apply for this visa due to the amazing benefits it brings. Those benefits will be clarified in the next part of this article.
The benefits of a Subclass 804 visa
Every Family visa has its own benefits from the Australian Government. Here’s what the Subclass 804 applicants can benefit from.
|Residence benefits|| |
|Free entries benefits|| |
|Social security benefits||Enrol in Australia’s public healthcare scheme, Medicare.|
|Education benefits||Work and study in Australia|
|Sponsor family member benefits||Can sponsor another eligible family member|
To have a full understanding of those 5 benefits, you should contact VEM now. We’ll give detailed information and explanations for you and your family.
The requirements of an Aged Parent visa – Subclass 804
|The sponsor|| |
|The applicant|| |
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 Parent visa – Subclass 804 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 Parent visa – Subclass 804
- 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 visa.
Mr Phong Cao is responsible for providing you with the most accurate and updated information about your visa application process. This is also one of the reasons why many clients have chosen VEM’s services. They can know exactly the stages of their application process.
Therefore, having VEM by your side while applying for a Subclass 804 visa would help increase your chance of getting a visa grant.
The cost of a Subclass 804 visa
|Types of charges and fees||The amount of money (AUD)|
|For the visa applicant||For the accompany member|
|First instalment||4,350|| |
Note: The fees listed above do not include a 1.4% surcharge.
Any kind of refund is impossible when your application is rejected. Additionally, when the Department of Home Affairs doesn’t approve your visa for the first time, any visa applications in the future will be much harder and much more complex.
Moreover, the Australian migration regulations are updated constantly. Mr Phong Cao is a member of the Australian Migration Institute (MIA: 12648), so when working with VEM, clients will also be informed about any new changes or adjustments.
Processing times of Subclass 804 visa
There are no official processing times for a Subclass 804 visa.
However, according to our 10 years of experience of working as an Australian migration agent, the processing times for an Aged Parent Visa – Subclass 804 are usually around 4 to 5 years. This time can vary depending on your specific case.
It’s longer than that of a Subclass 864 visa which allows the sponsors’ to sponsor their parents to Australia permanently with an Age Pension requirements. To shorten your waiting times, you should really consider this visa.
Frequently asked questions
Absolutely yes if that person meets the requirements.
For a Subclass 840 visa, this requirement is necessary as it plays an important role in the success of your visa approval.
Yes, you can. The Subclass 804 visa requires the applicants to be onshore while applying. Thus, you’ll be provided with a bridging visa to stay in Australia.
Yes. You can travel in and out of Australia as many times as you want for 5 years from the date the visa is granted. You will need to apply for and be granted a Resident Return (RRV) so that you can re-enter Australia as a permanent resident.
The information provided in this article has been approved by Mr Phong Cao. Therefore, the article is completely trustworthy.
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