SUBclass 802

child visa (onshore)

what is subclass 802?

A subclass 802 is given to a child by an eligible parent sponsor to live in Australia indefinitely. This is the same with a subclass 101 visa, but for the 802, a child must be in Australia. The child must also be younger than 18 years old.   

 

the child must be

In Australia when applying for the visa

younger than 18 years old

sponsored by his/her parent or parent's partner

must be single

if older than 18 years old

Must be a full-time student between 18 to 25 years old  

18 years old or older but has a disability that renders the child unable to work, thus being a dependent on the sponsoring parent

entitled benefits

indefinitely stay in australia

work and study in australia

eligible to medicare

Become a sponsor for eligible relatives for permanent residency  

travel to and from Australia for five years upon the date of the visa grant. After that, another Australian visa must be acquired

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