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Taking our 19 year old daughter with us, advise?


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Old 02-20-2011, 12:21 PM
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Taking our 19 year old daughter with us, advise?

Hubby and I have just started process of emmigrating to Australia but want to know if our 19 year old daughter and her son would be able to come with us on the initial visa application, she has never left home and relies on us with help for her son etc.
Her son's father does not appear on his birth cert so I know there will be no issues there, but need some advise asap before we start with the visa app.


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Old 02-20-2011, 01:09 PM
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With your daughters age, the first thing required for a child 18 or over is to be able to show their dependence on you as you may have read @ General Skilled Migration

Interestingly it does mot say too much about a grandson and that is where it will likely get a bit messy for the question will arise of course of what sort of a relationship she was in and that is something you may want to get some advice from a decent immigration agent on or attempt contacting Immi people to seek their interpretation.

The other issue that will come into it I suspect will be the one of your daughter needing full custody declaration and approval from the father even without him being on the BC, but first you'll need to get sorted with the daughter for with her having a son, I feel that may be a blocker for her to be classed as a dependant.

Certainly do not go putting in sn spplicstion until you have the situation fully clarified for with the one is out all are out rule, if your daughter and grandson are rejected, the full application is rejected.





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