The new parent visa has some ‘issues’ that need to be dealt with carefully.
The “sponsor’s” eligibility is a good place to start. For example not to sponsor 3 or more parents in the past.
Be at least 18 years old.
And the income test pursuant to reg 2.60W, “outstanding debt” and the raft of new schedule 8 changes are not without “traps for young players”
On the upside is the changes to the “balance of Family” test.
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So if you or someone you know who wishes to bring a parent to Australia: discuss your options under this new visa class.
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