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australian visas
Immigration Pathways

Unsure About Australian Visas? Let IC Australia Simplify the Process

Australia offers various types of visas to foreigners looking to visit or live in the country. Here are some of the most common types of visas:

1. Visitor visa: Suitable for tourists, individuals on short-term business visits, and people attending conferences or events.

2. Student visa: For foreign students who wish to pursue their studies in Australia.

3. Skilled Independent visa: For skilled workers who wish to work and live in Australia permanently.

4. Working Holiday visa: For young people aged between 18 to 30 years who wish to work and travel in Australia for up to one year.

5. Family visa: For individuals who want to join their Australian citizen or permanent resident family member in the country.

6. Business visa: For business owners and investors who wish to operate or invest in a business in Australia.

7. Partner visa: For people in a genuine and ongoing relationship with an Australian citizen or permanent resident to apply for permanent residency in the country.

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resident return visa welcome home
Immigration Pathways,Relocation

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.

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aged dependent relative visas
Family,Heath and Wellness

Pathway to Aged Dependent Relative Visas: How IC Australia Can Help Your Adult Entitled Dependent

The Aged Dependent Visa is a type of temporary visa that allows older dependents of Australian citizens or permanent residents to live in Australia. To be eligible for this visa, the applicant must be at least 65 years old and dependent on their Australian relative for financial support. The visa is valid for up to two years and can be renewed if the applicant continues to meet the requirements. During their stay in Australia, aged dependents are allowed to work for up to 20 hours per week. However, they must have their own health insurance and cannot access certain social security benefits. The visa application process requires various documents, including evidence of financial support and proof of relationship with the Australian sponsor. Overall, the Aged Dependent Visa is a helpful option for older relatives who wish to spend time with their loved ones in Australia.

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