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Remaining Relative Visa (Subclass 115)

Remaining Relative Visa (Subclass 115)

The Remaining Relative Visa (subclass 115) is aimed for individuals who are the only ones living in their native country after all of their close relatives have relocated to Australia. Ensure that during the application submission and the visa approval, the applicants must be outside of the country.

Highlights

  • With this visa, you can maintain a permanent residence in Australia
  • You can apply for Australian citizenship after fulfilling the requirements.
  • You are allowed to travel back and forth Australia within five years on a regular basis after your visa is approved.

Key Eligibility Requirements

  • Eligibility: Australian citizens, permanent residents, or eligible New Zealand citizens.
  • Sponsorship: Eligible family member or spouse (at least 18 years old) willing to sponsor.
  • Support Assurance: Legal agreement for financial support.
  • Health and character requirements: Meet health and character requirements of the country.
  • Non-Eligibility: Unlawful relatives, bridging visa holders, temporary visa holders, or sponsors on Remaining Relative visa, Preferential Family visa, or Family Visa.
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FAQs about Remaining Relative Visa (Subclass 115)

The Remaining Relative Visa (Subclass 115) is a permanent visa enabling individuals to move to Australia with their Australian, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizens.
This visa requires sponsorship from an Australian, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen relative, and no other close relatives outside Australia.
The Remaining Relative Visa (Subclass 115) cost is subject to change and may include additional charges for dependents.
The processing time for this visa varies based on application completeness and complexity, so it is recommended to check the official Australian immigration website for the latest information.