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    The faster way to bring my mom to Australia

    Thank you for your answer. One of my sister plans to ask for a professional visa but it will take time as she has not finished her degree yet. According to both comments the humanitariam visa is not an option either? Can I ask excatly why? Thank you in advance.
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    The faster way to bring my mom to Australia

    Thank you very much for your answer. You arw so kind. However I feel sad now . I do not what to do. My mom is a biology and general science teacher, however she is older than 50 so I think she can't apply for a professional visa
  3. Hello everyone, I hope all of you are doing well. I would like to ask for some advices and information in one matter. I am about to get a PR visa to live in Australia and I would like to know the faster way to bring my mother to Australia, even if it is firstly as a tourist or student or something similar. Of course what I want is her to get a resident visa as well but due to the fact that my country (Venezuela) is going through for a really difficult situation and it is extremely unsafe I need to take my mom from Venezuela as soon as possible. In addition, I have three siblings and at the moment I would be the only one who would have a PR in Australia so we do not meet the requirement that says that half of the sons must be PR in Australia to bring a parent. I know this is not easy but please I would appreciate any help any of you could give me, I am really worry because, as I said before, Venezuelan situation is worse and worse every day. Thank you in advance for your help!!!!
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