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Old 04-26-2010, 07:03 PM
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Skilled Sponsored (Migrant) Visa (Subclass 176) - include single parent

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I have recently received my assessment from Engineers australia , now i will be applying under Skilled Sponsored (Migrant) Visa (Subclass 176) visa.
I want to include my mother as a dependant as she is a widow and has always been living with me. I also have a younger sister but she is also leaving for USA after getting married in a 2 to 3 months.

Can anyone would like to share his opinion / experience and feasibility of adding my mother and chances ?


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Hi,
I have recently received my assessment from Engineers australia , now i will be applying under Skilled Sponsored (Migrant) Visa (Subclass 176) visa.
I want to include my mother as a dependant as she is a widow and has always been living with me. I also have a younger sister but she is also leaving for USA after getting married in a 2 to 3 months.

Can anyone would like to share his opinion / experience and feasibility of adding my mother and chances ?
First off hjs, before you get too far down the track with the 176 application, have you read of new immi regs changes to be introduced - What's New link on Immi site and we have a sticky thread with some comment.
Essentially, there is to be new State Migration Plans which will in effect make the standard sponsored visas a second tier arrangement as far as priority goes for sponsorship.

Re your mother being a dependant, her being a widow alone will not necessarily get her classed as dependent and you will require some good documentation to have that approved.
There is some detail in the eligibility sections of visas.





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Thanks Wanderer , So what are you suggesting ? Can you please share some more information / hyperlinks from the forum on this ?


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Also , regarding my mother as dependant , does anyone have any idea what documentary proof i would be requiring to prove that she is dependant on me ?


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Also , regarding my mother as dependant , does anyone have any idea what documentary proof i would be requiring to prove that she is dependant on me ?
Anything from the government sector and banking etc. to show that she has does not have independent means and is totally dependent on you.
Statements from local government officials if possible or anyone in a position of authority that can support your claim.





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First off hjs, before you get too far down the track with the 176 application, have you read of new immi regs changes to be introduced - What's New link on Immi site and we have a sticky thread with some comment.
Essentially, there is to be new State Migration Plans which will in effect make the standard sponsored visas a second tier arrangement as far as priority goes for sponsorship.

Re your mother being a dependant, her being a widow alone will not necessarily get her classed as dependent and you will require some good documentation to have that approved.
There is some detail in the eligibility sections of visas.
I am a B.D.S (Bachelor of Dental surgery) from India and my husband is in Australia, having already applied for PR but awaiting decision since last 2 years. I had applied for skilled sponsored immigration (176), having been sponsored by brother-in-law (younger brother of my husband) since he is an Australian citizen.
But my application has been refused on the ground that the skill assessment by ADC is not as per rules. I had paid to ADC a sum of A$572/- for my skill assessment but in their letter they mentioned that I am eligible for pursuing further exams to get myself registered as Dental surgeon in Australia. Now on clarification ADC has advised that first I have to pass their tests, which will take at least 2 years to complete and only then I can apply as such.
Can somebody help me out.

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I am a B.D.S (Bachelor of Dental surgery) from India and my husband is in Australia, having already applied for PR but awaiting decision since last 2 years. I had applied for skilled sponsored immigration (176), having been sponsored by brother-in-law (younger brother of my husband) since he is an Australian citizen.
But my application has been refused on the ground that the skill assessment by ADC is not as per rules. I had paid to ADC a sum of A$572/- for my skill assessment but in their letter they mentioned that I am eligible for pursuing further exams to get myself registered as Dental surgeon in Australia. Now on clarification ADC has advised that first I have to pass their tests, which will take at least 2 years to complete and only then I can apply as such.
Can somebody help me out.

Shweta
Unfortunately you have made the mistake Shweta of applying for a visa without having a positive occupational assessment and that is the foremost requirement for any skilled visa application, whether sponsored by a relative or state/territory.
Dental Surgeons are not covered as such within the medical practitioners field but similar approaches may occur so have a look at Doctors and Nurses - Workers - Visas & Immigration and see if that is of any help but as with medical practitioners a dentist/dental surgeon cannot expect to practice in Australia without meeting the required standards and being registered.
A similar approach applies to other professions and trades.
If you cannot do the additional study outside of Australia, in looking at getting some form of a student's visa, you would need to be aware that the cost is high and so the other alternative would be to wait and see if your husband will get a PR visa and then apply for a spouse visa though ypou would be considered a TR for two years and in that time still have international student rate fees to pay.
But you may be in a better position to see if it is allowed for you to secure employment working under suprvision and you could ask that question of ADC now.

Please also with a topic that is significantly different start up a new thread if you have any further queries.





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