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Old 11-09-2018, 04:31 AM
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In my country you can buy an apartment with 5000-6000 dollars, so It's extremely expensive for me to pay for other visas(((((


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you really don't have a choice...
if you go for cheaper visas but you don't meet the requirements and get denied, you waste money too...
better pay the extra, get it right, and least be happy when it gets approved..


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If they are old enough and can apply for an aged parent visa in Australia they can spend the next 20 or 30 years on bridging visas without work rights and without access to Medicare.

Sc. 103 is an offshore visa, takes up to 30 years to process and does not come with a bridging visa.

Contributory parent visas are the only realistic option unfortunately.

Thatís the reality of it. There are no tricks or loopholes.

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If they are old enough and can apply for an aged parent visa in Australia they can spend the next 20 or 30 years on bridging visas without work rights and without access to Medicare.
Wow! That is harsh.


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Wow! That is harsh.
That is for the lucky few!

Many will never even be granted a visa to get onshore to apply.

There are very many sad stories out there.


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Old 11-10-2018, 12:06 AM
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Wow! That is harsh.
It is. And more often than not serious (and expensive ) health problems develop during the long wait.

With the contributory parent visa, you basically buy yourself into Medicare without having paid any tax in Australia.

I think that given the high cost of medical care it is unrealistic to expect Australia to take in unlimited numbers of ageing migrants who have never worked and paid tax in Australia.

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