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Orphan Relative visa (subclass 117)


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Old 10-17-2014, 02:33 AM
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Orphan Relative visa (subclass 117)

I am planing to sponsor my niece who is 12y because my sister passed a way n my brother in law contain HIV seriously which unable him to look after her .any idea would be appreciated.
How much I have to spend to bring her here . I check on immigration web , they said I need to assurances of support. Anyone know how much ? If i can bring her here, I have to put her in high school? Does school charge oversea student or local student ?

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Hi, you have a complex case with the father still alive, albeit with HIV. I recommend you talking to a migration agent about that. It is not something I have any experience with.

Assurances of support are discussed on the Centrelink website. My understanding is that it could be about $3,500 held in trust by Centrelink for two years. You get all of that back unless the orphan relative requires any assistance in the first two years.

When the orphan relative visa is granted it is a permanent visa. She will be a permanent resident. She will be treated by the education system as if she is Australian. She will not have to pay international student fees.

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If orphan relative claims child rebate because she got her own child , will she get $3500 back after two year?


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