Family always comes first. Staying away from your family, especially from your children, is really a tough job. Don’t let your parents go through this tough path. If you are a citizen of Australia, or a permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen settled in Australia, you can apply for Contributory Parents Visa subclass 864/143, for your parents
The Contributory Parent visa (subclass 173 and 143) visa allows parents to live in Australia if their child is an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. This is a permanent visa allotted by the Australian Government to parents of Australian citizens, permanent residents or certain eligible citizens of New Zealand who are settled in Australia at the time of submission of application. The application is accepted only if the balance of family test is satisfied by the applicant. Contributory parent visa and parent visa have similar pre-requisites but there are several differences between the 2 types of visas-
The Department of Immigration grants both Contributory parent and parent visa for permanent as well as temporary stay. An individual can apply for temporary contributory visa first under subclass 173 and then apply for the permanent visa. This undoubtedly costs a lot of money but the charges are divided between the two visas, that too over a long period of time.
Subcalss 864 Visa allows you to stay permanently in Australia if you are parent of Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen who is settled in Australia.
To apply for this visa an applicant must:-
If you are a parent of an Australian citizen, permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen you may apply to live permanently with them in Australia, you can apply for subclass 143 and you must-