PMV - widowed parent recently
Sponsor : Me (Australian)
Applicant: Fiance (Cambodian)
Prospective Marriage Visa
We are about to apply for our PMV in a month or so and a question has crossed my mind. My fiances parents were in a car/bike incident a few months back that resulted in her fathers death and mum injured. There has been talks about bringing her mum over to Perth Australia, but from what ive read its like a 13 year waiting list?
She has 4 kids in total im marrying one bringing her over to Brisbane on the PMV, another daughter in Perth permanent resident now, a son in NZ but i think hes moving to perth as well and one daughter in cambodia.
My curiosity is that can I bring her mum over on our PMV? will it be a shorter waiting time period? easier or difficult? if she is allowed to come over can she also live at her other daughter/son home in perth? any one dealt with this before?
She runs a small shoe shop in cambodia and has a home that be sold off. I just feel bad that once i bring her last daughter to Australia she will be alone.
Love to hear from anyone whos dealt with something similar to this.
Not sure with onshore partner visa....but.....you may be able to include her as a dependant? (difficult).....Is the other daughter in Cambodia still dependant on the mother?
You and your new wife will not be able to sponsor for a few years while the PR visa is processed.
Can the other daughter in Perth sponsor her to Australia...?
If so, there is strong compassionate grounds with her being a recent widow.
I think it will still be a task, with no short cuts, but you will have some options.
Parent (Migrant) Visa (Subclass 103)
If the sister in Perth sponsors her over Australia, will the strong compassionate ground make it a special situation and possibly speed things up? or will it still be a 13 year wait?
We just dont feel comfortable leaving her alone in the house by herself since the passing of her husband recently.
there arre no compassionate grounds with the Parent visas afaik, since DIAC would consider that as disadvantaging others in the queue ( in fairness they see ALL parents waiting to join their children as having equal compassionate grounds) . There are other parent visas though- depending on whether the family can help with the costs The 143 ( the quicker alternative to the 103 that has the longer wait) costs c. $42k now for instance. And since she has her own home & business, she is not dependent on her children; have a look again at all the Parent Visa options- when she reaches 65 if she hasn't already, there are onshore options. .
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