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Australia is the largest country in the oceanic region and the sixth largest country overall. Australia academic development has draws international students from all over the world as a country where they want to study. Today, many students have been offered various types of admission in Australia, while others may not be aware of the procedure to having their visa approved. In this article, we are going to explain this process for the guardians or the sponsors who wants to take care for the students tuition and other necessary bills how they could be able to process their visa
This is a temporary visa. The length of your visa will be determined by the student visa holder’s stay and their age.
The visa costs from AUD710.00 for the main applicant.
There is also a charge for each family member who applies for the visa with you.
You might also have to pay other costs for health checks, police certificates and biometrics.
To work out what your visa will cost use the Visa Pricing Estimator. The estimator does not take into account the other costs.
- 25% of applications: 17 Days
- 50% of applications: 35 Days
- 75% of applications: 54 Days
- 90% of applications: 3 Months
Your application may take longer to process if:
- you do not fill it in correctly
- you do not include all the documents we need or we need more information from you
- it takes us time to verify your information
We cannot process your application if you do not pay the correct visa application charge. We will notify you if this is the case and if necessary return your application.
With this visa you can
- come to Australia to provide care and support for a student visa holder who is under 18 years of age (or over 18 in exceptional circumstances)
- care for more than one student
- study an English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) for less than 20 hours per week, or any other study or training for no more than 3 months
You cannot work.
How long you can stay
You can stay in Australia until a date specified on your visa grant letter. In deciding this date, we usually consider the length of the student visa holder’s stay or when that student turns 18.
You can stay in Australia by applying for a further Student Guardian visa.
If any member of your family unit has not turned 6 years old, you cannot be granted the visa unless:
- there are compelling and compassionate reasons or
- granting the visa would significantly benefit the relationship between the Australian Government and the government of another country
The child must meet the same health requirements as you and have health insurance for the duration of their stay in Australia.
You can’t include children under 6 years old after you have submitted your application.
Children 6 years old or older can come with you but they must apply for their own student visa.
Eligibility statues for parents or guardian
You can be in or outside Australia when you apply for the visa.
You can apply in Australia if you hold a substantive visa except for one of these:
- Domestic Worker (Temporary) Diplomatic and Consular visa (subclass 426)
- Temporary Work (International Relations) visa (subclass 403) in the Domestic Worker (Diplomatic or consular) stream
- Diplomatic (Temporary) visa (subclass 995) – primary visa holder only. A family member of a Diplomatic (Temporary) visa (subclass 995) can apply for a Student visa in Australia
- Transit visa (subclass 771)
Be a parent, a custodian or a relative
You must be:
- the parent of the student visa holder, or
- a person who has custody of the student, or
- a relative of the student, aged 21 years or older, nominated in writing by a parent or person who has custody of the student
You will provide care and support for:
- a student visa holder who is under 18 years of age or
- a student visa holder who is 18 years of age or older and needs care and support due to exceptional circumstances
For this visa, a relative is the student’s:
- parent or step-parent
- grandparent or step-grandparent
- sibling or stepsibling
- aunt, uncle, step-aunt or step-uncle
- niece, nephew or step-niece or step-nephew
- child or stepchild
Now that you’ve seen the process and the requirements that must be met in order to apply for an Australian visa, you’re going to ask yourself, “Am I ready to apply for this Visa?” If you are, you can quickly log in to the Australian visa portal to begin the application process. You can also check Rallies across Australia in the support of Indigenous reform