The Aged Dependent Relative Visa (subclass 114) can be availed by aged people who are financially dependent on eligible Australian residents, and wish to migrate to Australia.
How do I get Aged Dependent Relative Visa (subclass 114)?
- You must be wholly or substantially dependent on your eligible relative in Australia for financial support.
- You must be sponsored by the eligible relative, who should be 18 or older.
- Your eligible relative, and sponsor, should be settled in Australia as an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or an eligible New Zealand citizen.
- You should not be married, or have a de facto partner.
- You should meet the age requirements to be granted an aged pension.
- You must ensure someone will provide an Assurance of Support.
- You need to meet the Australian government’s health and character requirements.
- You cannot have any outstanding debts to the Australian government. If there are any debts, you must make arrangements to repay them before you can apply for the visa.
Are there any other conditions?
Your relative and sponsor must have provided you with financial support for at least three years before you lodge your visa application. You also need to demonstrate that you have been relying on assistance from your eligible relative due to a disability which prevents you from working and supporting yourself.
In addition, you need to sign an Australian Values Statement, and declare that you will respect the Australian way of life, and abide by all Australian laws.
You cannot apply for this visa if you hold another visa with a ‘No further stay’ condition.
How do I apply for Aged Dependent Relative Visa (subclass 114)?
You must lodge your visa application from outside Australia, and stay so when a decision is made on your application. You need to lodge all the forms together, and post them to the Perth Visa and Citizenship Office.
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What are the features and benefits of Aged Dependent Relative Visa (subclass 114)?
- With this visa, you can stay in Australia for an indefinite amount of time.
- Depending on eligibility, this visa even lets you apply for Australian citizenship.
- You can enter Australia for five years from the day the visa is granted.
- You can include your child/step-child in your visa application. You can do so even after you lodged your own application, but before a decision is made.