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New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship (Temporary) Visa (Subclass 461)

New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship (Temporary) Visa (Subclass 461)

The New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship (Temporary) (subclass 461) visa allows non-New Zealand citizens or eligible family members of a New Zealand citizen to reside in Australia on a special category visa (subclass 444). This temporary visa allows the applicants to stay in the country for up to 5 years.

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Highlights

  • The visa allows you to work and study in Australia
  • You can travel to Australia for five years from the date visa is granted

Key Eligibility Requirements

  • Partner must be a New Zealand citizen
  • Their or their partner’s child / dependent child / step child
  • Medical examinations within 12 months of visa application.
  • Police certificates from 12 months of living in all the countries in past 10 years.
  • Character and health requirements as set by the Australian government.
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FAQs about Subclass 461 visa for Australia

The Subclass 461 visa, also known as the New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship (Temporary) Visa, permits New Zealand citizens' eligible family members to reside, work, and study in Australia for up to five years.
This visa allows you to work in Australia for the duration of the visa.
This visa allows you to study in Australia and enrol in educational courses of your choice.
The Subclass 461 visa is a temporary one, valid for up to five years, and does not guarantee permanent residency.