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Old 01-22-2010, 04:00 PM
 
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Regarding Parent Migration . . .

Hi,

I am a citizen here, interested to bring my parents in Australia. I got a younger brother who is now 16yrs old. I am interested Contributory Parent (Migrant) Visa (Subclass 143).

Could you please let me know
1. how much would be the application fess and bond money i have to show for them?
2 How long i need to keep the bond money?
3. After coming on this visa my younger brother when goes to University he can avail HECS for FEE HELP funds from the Govt. for study? Or on this visa he cann't? someone told me on this visa all the applicants need to wait certain time to get benefit from the Govt.?

Please clarify my doubts...thanks mate......have a good day!


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Old 01-24-2010, 09:22 PM
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I haven't looked myself but I'd reckon you'll find all about fees and bonds @ Contributory Parent (Migrant) Visa (Subclass 143)

As with any visa, read all sections thoroughly including links, especially the eligibility and Applying for this Visa sections.

There is usually a balance of family test that applies with such visas and as long as you have no ther brothers and sisters to affect that, your brother may be able to accompany your parents as a dependant but he would need to be a dependant right up to time of visa grant, meaning he needs to be either still doing schooling or at least not working.

If he along with your parents is granted a Permanent Residency visa then he'll be eligible for some benefits though for ones like unemployment benefits there is a two year waiting period.
I'd look up the HECS site to see what it says if anything on new immigrants.

You could also try ringing the Immigration people on 131881 seeing as you're in Australia and they can be quite helpful with general info but do have your questions written down first with them and not too many for any one occasion to save getting responses a bit jumbled.

The 143 and having a dependant nearing the age of 18 has the possibility of greater complexity than some visa applications and seeing as there is quite a large ammount of money involved, I'd consider using a reputable agent to explore all the possiblities with you if not using one to do the application.





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