Parent Visa

At Bircan Migration & Education, we understand the importance of family. If you are looking to reunite with your children in Australia, our team of expert migration agents is here to assist you with navigating the various parent visa options. We provide comprehensive guidance to help parents and their families understand and apply for the right visa based on their circumstances.

  • Parent visa (subclass 103)
  • Contributory Parent visa (subclass 143)
  • Contributory Parent (Temporary) visa (subclass 173)
  • Aged Parent visa (subclass 804)
  • Contributory Aged Parent visa (subclass 864)
  • Contributory Aged Parent (Temporary) visa (subclass 884)
  • Sponsored Parent (Temporary) visa (subclass 870)

 Explore Our Parent Visa Services

Parent Visa (Subclass 103): This visa allows parents to migrate to Australia permanently if their child is an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen settled in Australia.

Contributory Parent Visa (Subclass 143): Designed for parents who want a faster route to permanent residency, this visa requires a higher application fee and Assurance of Support bond but offers a significantly reduced processing time compared to the non-contributory parent visa.

Contributory Parent (Temporary) Visa (Subclass 173): A temporary option for parents who prefer to spread the cost of migration. This visa allows a two-step approach to permanent residency, through a subsequent application for a Subclass 143 visa.

Aged Parent Visa (Subclass 804): This permanent visa is for older parents whose age qualifies them for the Australian aged pension and who wish to stay in Australia with their children.

Contributory Aged Parent Visa (Subclass 864): Allows older parents to migrate to Australia permanently under the contributory scheme, offering a faster route to residency at a higher cost.

Contributory Aged Parent (Temporary) Visa (Subclass 884): A temporary version of the Subclass 864, allowing aged parents to live in Australia for up to two years before applying for a permanent Subclass 864 visa.

Sponsored Parent (Temporary) Visa (Subclass 870): Introduced for parents who wish to stay in Australia for a longer period temporarily. This visa does not lead to permanent residency but can be granted for up to five years per application.


How We Can Help

Visa Selection and Strategy: We help you choose the best visa option based on your family’s specific needs and long-term goals.

Documentation and Application: Our team guides you through the entire application process, ensuring all paperwork is complete and accurate.

Continuous Support: From your initial consultation to the arrival and settling in Australia, we provide ongoing support and updates on your visa status.

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 Why Choose Bircan Migration & Education for your Parent Visa Application?

Family Reunification Experts: Our specialized knowledge in family migration visas means we understand the nuances and requirements of each visa type.

Comprehensive Service: We offer a full range of services from visa advice to post-arrival support, ensuring you and your family are well taken care of.

Empathetic Approach: We handle each case with the understanding and dedication it deserves, recognizing the emotional significance of reuniting families.

Reunite with your family in Australia with confidence. Contact Bircan Migration & Education today to learn more about your options and how we can facilitate your journey.


Australian Parent Visa FAQs: Your Questions Answered by Bircan Migration

Bircan Migration provides comprehensive assistance with several types of Parent Visas, including the Subclass 103 and the Subclass 143.

The processing time for a Parents Visas can vary greatly depending on the specific visa subclass and the current processing times of the Australian Department of Home Affairs.

Parent Visa requirements usually include proving a genuine parent-child relationship, meeting health and character criteria, and passing the family balance test.

Bircan Migration can review past applications, identify issues, and advise on reapplication steps.