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AoS and Bond for Visa 143

AoS and Bond for Visa 143 - A Hypothetical

This is just an hypothetical...

Example, someone has a 143 visa and as required another person has signed the Aos , plus a bond has been lodged (as per this type of visa requirements). Say 4 years later the parent is hospitalized, large bill, bigger than the bond so the person who issued the Aos (aka Assurer) is called upon to pay. I think this is all correct so far ?

But as luck would have it the fortunes of the Assurer who issued the Aos has changed in the past 4 years, he/she is now not financially able to meet the obligations of the Aos.

How does this affect the visa holder (my guess it does not).

How does this affect the visa itself (my guess it does not).

What happens to the debt owing to the hospital (my guess is that it is a civil debt, perhaps owing by the visa holder, who either pays or comes to some arrangement to pay)...

But above are my assumptions ...Can anyone throw a more authoritative light on what they say happens in such a scenario ?

Thanks in advance to all or any who can contribute.


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AoS and Bond for Visa 143 - A Hypothetical

This is just an hypothetical...

Example, someone has a 143 visa and as required another person has signed the Aos , plus a bond has been lodged (as per this type of visa requirements). Say 4 years later the parent is hospitalized, large bill, bigger than the bond so the person who issued the Aos (aka Assurer) is called upon to pay. I think this is all correct so far ?

But as luck would have it the fortunes of the Assurer who issued the Aos has changed in the past 4 years, he/she is now not financially able to meet the obligations of the Aos.

How does this affect the visa holder (my guess it does not).

How does this affect the visa itself (my guess it does not).

What happens to the debt owing to the hospital (my guess is that it is a civil debt, perhaps owing by the visa holder, who either pays or comes to some arrangement to pay)...

But above are my assumptions ...Can anyone throw a more authoritative light on what they say happens in such a scenario ?

Thanks in advance to all or any who can contribute.
As a 143 visa holder is eligible for medicare any debts involved are payable to the Commonwealth, it is different to an ordinary civil debt.
They will extract any costs from the bond first, then call on the AOS.
They dont accept just anybody for an AOS, you need to have assets, so I would imagine they would seize your possessions.
Here is a link of interest.
customer/services/centrelink/assurance-support

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Noted with thanks. I thought only the Contributory Parents (Temporary ) visa gave immediate medicare entitlements. For the non-temp, I thought no medicare, as if medicare is provided, then what is the 10 year AoS for ? I am a little confused and hopefully you can clear that one up for me. Thks,


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Noted with thanks. I thought only the Contributory Parents (Temporary ) visa gave immediate medicare entitlements. For the non-temp, I thought no medicare, as if medicare is provided, then what is the 10 year AoS for ? I am a little confused and hopefully you can clear that one up for me. Thks,
The Contributory Parents (Temporary) visa is a 173 visa.The permanent visa is a 143.
The AOS/bond is to cover any expenses for the first 10 years. ie any expenses charged to medicare or any welfare paid is deducted from the bond /AOS

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