Child Visa – Subclass 101
Child Visa – Do you want to bring your child to Australia?
The Child Visa (Subclass 101) is a permanent visa that allows a dependent child of an Australian citizen or permanent resident to stay indefinitely in Australia. To be eligible the applicant must:
- be a dependent child of a parent who is an Australian citizen, or holder of an Australian permanent visa
- be under 18 years, a full-time student aged over 18 and under 25 and financially dependent on the parent, or over 18 and unable to work due to a disability
- be single and dependent on the parent
- be outside Australia when the application is made and when a decision is made
- meet health and character requirements.
You can sponsor a child if you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident, and you are the child’s parent or the spouse or de facto partner of the child’s parent.
If your child was adopted, and the adoption took place after you became an Australian citizen or permanent resident, then you will have to apply for an Adoption visa (subclass 102).
The Department may not approve sponsorship if the parent or their partner has been charged or convicted of offences involving children.
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