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Old 08-18-2010, 08:28 AM
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Need information on visa for the newborn - onshore

If anyone can give me some information,

My son was born in Australia, me and my wife are permanent resident in Australia. I have issued my son with my country's passport, but what about the visa? will he get the same visa as the parent?
I heard from a friend that i actually need to apply for australian passport hence cannot get a visa, any one can help?

thanx in advance


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Congratulations if you have just had a baby. In getting a visa for a newborn baby, you must apply for a residency visa for a new-born baby within 120 days of his/her birth. The best thing you can do is to talk for a consultant about that. Good luck!


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If anyone can give me some information,

My son was born in Australia, me and my wife are permanent resident in Australia. I have issued my son with my country's passport, but what about the visa? will he get the same visa as the parent?
I heard from a friend that i actually need to apply for australian passport hence cannot get a visa, any one can help?

thanx in advance
If either parent was already a Permanent Resident when your son was born he will already be an Australian Citizen, as per Australian Citizenship – Proof of your citizenship

If that is the case you should get your son an Australian passport for by law, an Australian Citizen needs to use an Australian passport to both leave and enter Australia.

If neither of you were Permanent Residents at time of birth, your son will be a citizen of your home country and I think you will need to apply for a child visa first and if you are both PR now, the child visa will also likely be PR and he will be able to travel out and return on whatever visa is issued.





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