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Can 457 visa holder sponsor their parents?


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Old 07-30-2014, 07:23 AM
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Hi everyone,

I am planning to call my parents in this December in a visitor visa for 6-12 months. I am currently in 457 visa & I am from Nepal.

1 Which application form we need to submit to DIAC?

2 Can we submit the docs in immigration centre in Australia or have to be done from Nepal?

3 Can we sponsor them & how much fund we need to show as a bank statement?

4 Since, she have good employment history, Can I show my partner payslip to apply?

Please, help me guys.


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Old 07-30-2014, 07:52 AM
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I don't believe you can sponsor them for a family-sponsored tourist visa because you're not permanent residents yet. They may just have to get a regular tourist visa on their own merits. Tourist visas aren't my area of expertise, though - I'd wait until someone else chimes in who can confirm or deny this.

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Hi Mr. Bond . College Girl is correct, you can't sponsor your parents as you are not an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident.

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What about the invitation? Can we invite by showing accommodation & expenses beard by us? If so, how much we have to show?


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