Returning Resident? Here’s How IC Australia Can Help You Navigate the Process of Regaining Your Australian Permanent Residency
Returning residency in Australia refers to the process of resuming one’s permanent residency status in Australia after spending a certain amount of time outside the country. To qualify for returning residency, individuals must have been a permanent resident in Australia but left and lived outside the country for a determined period, usually five years or more. Upon returning, individuals must meet the criteria set by the Australian government, such as demonstrating their willingness to integrate into Australian society and having a good moral standing. The process includes applying for a Resident Return Visa (RRV), which allows individuals to return to Australia as a permanent resident. It is essential to note that the applications for an RRV can be complex, and individuals may benefit from seeking advice from migration experts to ensure their application is successful.