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How to obtain a waiver to NFS Visitor visa?


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Old 04-28-2011, 07:08 AM
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Unhappy How to obtain a waiver to NFS Visitor visa?

I'm the only child of my family and I recently migrated to AUS as a skill migrante under PR visa. (before 3 months and now I got a permanent job)

I have only my father left at my home country who is 68 years of age. I thought of applying for a visitor visa since parent visa takes long time to process. (contributiory parent : 2 years is too long in my case )

Is there a possibility of waving the NFS condition ??
If so what are the grounds that we have to prove ?

Thanking you for answer.


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Old 04-28-2011, 08:54 AM
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Hi there,

I know you want to take care of your dad, but trying to waive a NFS is extremely hard. You would have to show there is no way he could leave Australia, such as extreme illness or hospitilisation.

If you don't to want to pay the huge amount for a parent visa, you could try two other options:

Family - Visas & Immigration

The remaining relative visa applies if there are no other relatives left in your home country. The aged dependent relative visa applies if the parent is over a certain age and depends on you for most or all of their living costs.

I hope this helps


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Smile Thank you very much for the reply! :)

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Hi there,

I know you want to take care of your dad, but trying to waive a NFS is extremely hard. You would have to show there is no way he could leave Australia, such as extreme illness or hospitilisation.

If you don't to want to pay the huge amount for a parent visa, you could try two other options:

Family - Visas & Immigration

The remaining relative visa applies if there are no other relatives left in your home country. The aged dependent relative visa applies if the parent is over a certain age and depends on you for most or all of their living costs.

I hope this helps
Thank you very much for the reply. I think relative visa applies only to non- parents.

I think the only way out is to take him on Tourist Visa and meanwhile apply for Contributory Aged Parent Visa.


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