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Hello Everyone;

Have been searching but didn't find a dependable or an authentic answer so far, as per my understanding Australian govt. did change or discuss the adult dependant's options which were to be excluded from the list but not sure if that part was finalized.

I've got a few questions;

- What are the best parent visa options
- Can we include an adult dependant (unmarried)
- Possible to add adult dependant on parent visit visa?

Would appreciate your suggestions

Thanks


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The only realistic options in terms of processing time are the (expensive) contributory parent visas.

Dependants up to 23 years of age can be included if they meet the definition of "dependent". Dependents over 23 years of age must be wholly or substantially reliant on the other person for financial support because they are incapacitated for work due to the total or partial loss of the first person’s bodily or mental functions.

Visitors visas are only for one applicant. Each applicant has to lodge their own application, even if they are dependent.
 
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