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Old 05-15-2016, 12:00 PM
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Hi everyone! Would appreciate your help of you could answer the following:

1. Is there a major savings on applying 143 compared to 173?
2. Can I (sponsor) apply for my parents in Australia? Parents will send me their application, and I will forward all paper work to the immigration office.
3. Can I pay here in Australia for their application ?
4. Would you recommend that we use a migration agent OR apply on our own?

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Hi everyone! Would appreciate your help of you could answer the following: 1. Is there a major savings on applying 143 compared to 173? 2. Can I (sponsor) apply for my parents in Australia? Parents will send me their application, and I will forward all paper work to the immigration office. 3. Can I pay here in Australia for their application ? 4. Would you recommend that we use a migration agent OR apply on our own? Thank you heaps
1) Yes, about $ 5000 per applicant
2) Yes
3) Yes
4) As a registered migration agent I always recommend getting a professional to assist you. Compared to what the Department charges, our fees are very modest and we can save you a lot of stress and anxiety.

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Can anyone sponsor their parents as long as sponsor is Australian citizen ?


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Can anyone sponsor their parents as long as sponsor is Australian citizen ?

You must be sponsored by an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. The sponsor needs to have been living lawfully in Australia for at least two years before you apply for this visa.

For most applicants, your child or your child's spouse or de facto partner will need to sponsor you.

If your child is younger than 18 years of age you can be sponsored by:
  • your child's spouse, if the spouse has turned 18 and is a settled Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen
  • a relative or guardian of your child
  • a relative or guardian of your child's spouse, if the spouse has not turned 18 and is a settled Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen
  • a community organisation

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DIY applicants who propose to budget $100 000+ should at least run the case past a registered migration agent. If something goes wrong, applicants are unlikely to lose $100k, because the big money is called for at the final stage of processing.

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