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  1. Try here https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Citi/am-i-eligible Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. Cheap Parent Visas Part I

    Hello me again - the MiL is still looking to move over here permanently but we have an interesting question regarding Wills. If she has made a Will in the UK does that have any legal rights in Oz? Would she be better to make a Will in Oz? Thanks in advance Mis Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. Cheap Parent Visas Part I

    Thanks for the reply John it's very helpful. I didn't realise there were two medicals 😵 When is the first one? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  4. Cheap Parent Visas Part I

    Thanks Alan. I suppose looking at things objectively if you have to be at retirement age or over for the 804 then some allowances would be expected during the medical. Especially, as it can take over 5 years to grant the visa someone's health can change in that time. It would be great to be able to talk to some people who have been through the 804 process. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  5. Cheap Parent Visas Part I

    Me again, Just wondering if anyone knows what the rejection rate is like for the 804 visa? MiL has returned home for now and she is understandably nervous about selling her house and then in 5 years ( or longer ) being rejected for the visa. Also, with regards to selling the house is that what others parents have done? Does she need to keep the house until the visa is granted. One last question how stringent are the Medicaid? TIA Mis Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  6. Wizzywozza-Sad News

    Such very sad news. Thinking of her family at this time 😢😢 Craig Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  7. Cheap Parent Visas Part I

    Thank you for that information. It all helps😀😀 Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  8. Cheap Parent Visas Part I

    Hi John and all, Just a quick question I hope. If my MiL is on a tourist visa until March 2017 my understanding is that she would be covered by the Reciprocal Agreement with the U.K. for Medicare, for that period. Is that correct? Also, if she applies for the 804 Aged Parent visa she will go on a Bridging Visa A after her tourist visa expires. Does the Reciprocal Agreement still apply until the 804 is granted? If there is no Medicare cover on a BVA what have others done? Cheers, Mis Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  9. Cheap Parent Visas Part I

    Thanks John. That's where I got the fees but just wanted another set of eyes! Cheers Craig Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  10. Cheap Parent Visas Part I

    Thanks for that info John very helpful. Can you or someone confirm that the costs I have quoted are accurate, please? Cheers, Mis
  11. Cheap Parent Visas Part I

    Hello All, I haven't been on for a while due to living in Canberra but the info given on here is pretty good and quick. Hence the following question on the 804 visa. My understanding is that the Applicant has to be in Australia when applying for the visa and be in Australia when the visa is granted, is that correct. Looking at the cost of the visa it is a first instalment of $3870 followed by a second instalment of $2065, is that correct. We would also have to pay an assurance of $5000 - the application would be for just one parent. Does this sound about right? I know there will be added costs of health exam and police check. Does anyone know the waiting times? Thank in advance and I hope you are all well. Cheers, Mis.
  12. Would you still emigrate?

    Just a thought on those figures. The world has become a lot smaller and companies employ people from other countries more readily. What the figures don't show is who chose to go from those who moved for work. In answer to the question is yes I would have moved back here years before we did.
  13. Parents Tourist Visa

    I'm not too sure on that Tamara. I would advise calling the Immigration Department for advice or calling in.
  14. Parents Tourist Visa

    Would a Visitor visa subclass 600 or 651 be suitable? They have periods for 3, 6 and 12 months.
  15. Telling parents we are emigrating

    I'm with Gus on this one! I do not understand how any parent thinks they have the right to make/influence/blackmail their child's life's decisions for them, once they have reached 18. Maybe I was lucky in that my mum and dad were of the opinion your old enough to make the decisions in life now, if you want advice ask us and we will give it. It wasn't always what you wanted to hear but they were a good sounding board. My advice would be tell them in a firm caring way. Take the shouting, screaming and crying and then politely say 'It's our life and we hope you can find it in your hearts to wish us well, eventually!' Good luck.