Temporary visas for parents
Temporary Contributory Parent Visa (Class UT, Subclass 173)
This is a relatively new visa, introduced on 1 July 2003. It is a temporary visa to allow parents living outside Australia to visit their children in Australia. It has no restriction on age, and there is no restriction on country of citizenship (as exists with some of the visas for young people). In addition, parents can work in Australia and take advantage of the national medical cover, Medicare. This is a great opportunity.
Contributory Temporary Aged Parent Visa (Class UU, Subclass 884)
This visa was also introduced on 1 July 2003. This temporary visa to allows parents over the retirement age living inside Australia to remain in Australia. In addition, parents can work in Australia if they wish and take advantage of the national medical cover, Medicare.
Please contact workpermit.com using our Australian immigration enquiry form for assistance in applying for these types of Australian temporary visas.