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Visa Entitlements for Parents
Permanent Visa Entitlements
Permanent resident visa holders have the right to live and work in Australia indefinitely and are entitled to receive public health care (Medicare). Generally permanent residents face a two-years (2 years) waiting period before being eligible to receive any social security payments.
Permanent residents also have full working rights meaning you can seek employment for any employer in any occupation. Employment in the Australian Public Service or Defence Force is usually restricted to Australian citizens.
After living in Australia for at least two years as a permanent resident, you may decide to apply for Australian citizenship, or you can continue to retain your current citizenship. As an Australian citizen, you can vote in Federal, State or local government elections or stand for election as a candidate in these elections.
Temporary Visa Entitlements
Temporary resident Parent visa holders, generally are not entitled to receive public health care (Medicare) or any other social security benefits.
Over the years we have helped many people from all over the world realise their dream of a new life in Australia. Please see the Testimonial Section of the website and see for yourself.
The Level 1 Service allows for a professional assessment of your visa eligibility and preparation of a written document containing advice, information, application forms and support to manage a parent visa application. This is our most popular service and many clients have successfully utilised this affordable alternative to traditional migration consultancy.
This service also comes with our ongoing email support.
Our email support is now unlimited. It is our interest to ensure our clients are satisfied with our service, and if successful in migration know they can rely on us for any help and support they may need to make the transition to Australian life as easy as possible.
The advice contained in the Level 1 Service is targeted toward making an application under one of the Contributory Parent visa subclasses.