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Old 07-02-2010, 02:49 PM
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Hi, I am professional in China. I am in waitting list for a parent visa(subclass 103). What visas except other parent migration ones make me stay and work in Australia? Thanks!


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Hi, I am professional in China. I am in waitting list for a parent visa(subclass 103). What visas except other parent migration ones make me stay and work in Australia? Thanks!
Have a look via links on Workers - Visas & Immigration
It depends a bit on what profession you have and Age!
If you are a parent over 45 then skilled independent visas are not for you and it would probably be best if your children can help you find an employer sponsor, and then if even for temporary residency, using the 457 visa for which there is no age restriction - Temporary Business (Long Stay) - Standard Business Sponsorship (Subclass 457)
if you in fact get one and then into the aged parent range, you could then consider applying for the onshore aged parent visa
Aged Parent (Residence) Visa (Subclass 804)
Though there is a longish wait time, you would be granted a bridging visa if you were in Australia on another visa like the 457 without a No Further Stay condition.
Anothr way you may be able to get to Australia to do that could be via a student visa.





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thank you so much for your help! Can I get a bridging visa if I was in Australia on visitor visa like the 676? Thanks!


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thank you so much for your help! Can I get a bridging visa if I was in Australia on visitor visa like the 676? Thanks!
Visitor visas usually have a No Further Stay condition which in effect means you cannot apply for any other visas and so no bridging visa would apply.





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Visitor visas usually have a No Further Stay condition which in effect means you cannot apply for any other visas and so no bridging visa would apply.
Many thanks! How could I get an employer sponsor for temporary residency, using the 457 visa? Are there any organizations having this business? thanks!

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It'll be a case of having your qualifications approved for whatever your profession is and if it is on the sponsored occupations list as I've indicated previously and then doing some searching to find an employer much as you would anywhere and in this case you'll also need an employer prepared to sponsor you.





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