Family Member Migration
The family migration stream allows family members of Australian permanent resident and citizen to apply to join them in Australia permanently. This includes partner, child, parents and other family members of Australian permanent resident and citizen or eligible New Zealand citizen.
Partner migration is migration to Australia as the spouse, prospective spouse (fianc?(e)) or interdependent partner of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.
Child migration is migration to Australia as the dependent child, orphan relative or adopted child of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.
Parents may be able to migrate to Australia if they have a child in Australia who is an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.
'Other Family' migration
Other provisions exist for aged dependent relatives, remaining relatives and carers of Australian citizens, permanent residents of Australia and eligible
Testimonials- Family Visas :
Suwassa SURIYOPHASAKON New Contributory Parent Visa
I am very proud to claim that in Sydney, only few foreigners and Thais would not know the famous Thai Intra Restaurant. This is the pioneer Thai restaurant my children and grandchildren have helped to build for many years. Our chain of restaurants has brought good name to the Thai cuisine. After most of my children migrated to Australia, I was rather lonely in Thailand alone. Therefore, I decided to talk to Khun Chris at CP International Migration, who suggested me to apply for an Aged Parent Visa. However, the wait list was as long as 5 years at that time. Later when the government introduced the New Contributory Parent Visa,Khun Chris sent in the news without any delay. My permanent visa was approved within a very short period of time. I am very impressed with the way CP looks after its clients. I never had to call them to follow up any stage of my application at all, everything went through smoothly. I have no hesitation in asking all my friends and relatives to use the services of CP, as I am confident they would also get good advice from CP. I would like them to meet with good people, same as my own experience.
Mr Siang Sae Cheng and wife, Mrs Navaporn Pratuangsin
Aged Parent Visa
Both my sons run Thai restaurants in Australia. My wife and I are now at the retiring age. We were lonely in Thailand, missing our sons, our grandchildren. When we visited our sons in Australia in 1999, I was brought to see an Australian agent who could speak Thai. An application for Aged Parent Visa wassubmitted, but was refused later. My wife and I were extremely disappointed and sad. The important thing was how could we return to Thailand as we have sold all our belongings and properties. Just thinking about separating from our children and grandchildren was enough to sadden us for the rest of our lives. We were lucky as our good family friend, Kaew, brought us to see Khun Pip at CP International Migration. Khun Pip re-submitted the application for us and this time, it was approved. Now my wife and I are very happy as we get to be with the people we love and care the most in our lives, no more loneliness.. ...