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All the information is here 

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/contributory-parent-143

Be aware there are around 53000 or more currently in the parent queue waiting for visas and only 6000 per year are granted. There are Medicals to pass as well and if one fails both fail 
Be prepared for a long haul 

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143 lodged 21 June 2017

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hi there dose any one  help me with this question  pls do we have to fill 2 separate form for mom n dad like  47PA Form and form 40 or

47PA ONE FORM FOR BOTH ?

FORM 40 ONE FOR BOTH ?

OR EACH ONE FOR BOTH 

PLS NEED HELP 

THANKYOU AND STAY SAFE 

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Good to see mandatory Covid 19 testing prior to boarding for all passengers travailing from Dubai to the UK (from August 1st). I can see how this will be the norm soon for all international travel and eventually the key to unlocking Australia.

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173 Visa lodged - March 2016

Documents submitted / medicals completed – May 2020

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3 hours ago, SusieRoo said:

Good to see mandatory Covid 19 testing prior to boarding for all passengers travailing from Dubai to the UK (from August 1st). I can see how this will be the norm soon for all international travel and eventually the key to unlocking Australia.

It’s makes so much sense. Like you say, it will go along way to Countries receiving visitors.  Whilst it’s possible to have a negative result in the very early stages of having it, that’s unlikely so it would give a real strong indication someone is Covid free. If they charge every passenger the cost of the test which is perfectly reasonable, it’s a no brainer I think. 

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20 hours ago, dady dady said:

hi there dose any one  help me with this question  pls do we have to fill 2 separate form for mom n dad like  47PA Form and form 40 or

47PA ONE FORM FOR BOTH ?

FORM 40 ONE FOR BOTH ?

OR EACH ONE FOR BOTH 

PLS NEED HELP 

THANKYOU AND STAY SAFE 

HI Dear, 

I am in the same situation - thinking to apply on my own but need some help as well. Apart from these two is there anything else ? can someone who applied themselves - can help us well? 

 

Regards 

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8 hours ago, Danish55 said:

HI Dear, 

I am in the same situation - thinking to apply on my own but need some help as well. Apart from these two is there anything else ? can someone who applied themselves - can help us well? 

 

Regards 

yes may be some will give us the ans lets wait Danish.........if you know any thin pls let me know thanx 

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On 31/07/2020 at 12:18, dady dady said:

hi there dose any one  help me with this question  pls do we have to fill 2 separate form for mom n dad like  47PA Form and form 40 or

47PA ONE FORM FOR BOTH ?

FORM 40 ONE FOR BOTH ?

OR EACH ONE FOR BOTH 

PLS NEED HELP 

THANKYOU AND STAY SAFE 

hi Linda can you pls help us with this pls ........will be great help..

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13 minutes ago, dady dady said:

hi Linda can you pls help us with this pls ........will be great help..

It is poor etiquette to make a specific request of someone on a forum such as this.

Best regards.

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Managing Director, Go Matilda Visas - www.gomatilda.com

Registered Migration Agent Number 0102534; Registered Tax Agent (Australia)

Chartered Accountant (UK, and Australia)

T - 023 81 66 11 55 (UK) or 03 9935 2929 (Australia)

E - alan.collett@gomatilda.com and acollett@bdhtax.com

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On 31/07/2020 at 05:18, dady dady said:

hi there dose any one  help me with this question  pls do we have to fill 2 separate form for mom n dad like  47PA Form and form 40 or

47PA ONE FORM FOR BOTH ?

FORM 40 ONE FOR BOTH ?

OR EACH ONE FOR BOTH 

PLS NEED HELP 

THANKYOU AND STAY SAFE 

This is why we paid for an agent 

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Perth Bound.  Northern Suburbs  
Queue date 103 visa 24/08/2015

Applied for 143 visa 06/01/2020 

Acknowledgement date 21/01/2020

Request for further documents 06/02/2020

Uk & Australian police checks done 11/02/2020

Form 80 completed 12/02/2020

two medical done 11/02/2020 (one referral to GP high blood pressure)

Request for AOS bond received 05/03/2020 bond paid 06/03/2020

AOS approved 13/03/2020

2nd VAC request 19/03/2020

Paid 2nd VAC 23/03/2020

Visa granted 02/06/2020

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13 hours ago, palaceboy1 said:

This is why we paid for an agent 

hi Palaceboy thanyou for reply can you  pls tell me  which agent did you use so i can also use same agent pls 

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14 hours ago, Alan Collett said:

It is poor etiquette to make a specific request of someone on a forum such as this.

Best regards.

sorry Alan..................do you have my ans pls

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43 minutes ago, dady dady said:

sorry Alan..................do you have my ans pls

Alan is a professional migration agent. If you want him to give you detailed advice, you have to pay for it.

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"The stranger who comes home does not make himself at home but makes home itself strange." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

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23 minutes ago, Marisawright said:

Alan is a professional migration agent. If you want him to give you detailed advice, you have to pay for it.

hi Marisa thanx for reply i see that but just to give one or 2 and  we dont have to pay for  him as my thinking sorry ......and as i know this forum is here to help people who need helps not to advertiser and make money sorry.....

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Just now, dady dady said:

hi Marisa thanx for reply i see that but just to give one or 2 and i we dont have to pay for  him as my thinking sorry ......and as i know this forum is here to help people who need helps not to advertiser and make money sorry.....

Check here, https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-support/who-can-help-with-your-application/using-a-migration-agent 

On no account use anybody claiming to be a visa agent or specialist who is not registered.  

 

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143 Application Lodged 24th June 2014; Acknowledgement 6th February 2015; Form 80, Police Checks & Medical requested 21st Sept 2016; AOS Lodged 29th November 2016; 2nd VAC paid 16th December 2016; VISA GRANTED 20th December 2016.

Heading to Wollert "The place where possums are found", Victoria (eventually)

"Eventually" has become a reality - at long last the house is sold, the car is spoken for, the Movecube is coming on 19th September and I'll be heading Down Under on 21st via Royal Brunei.  Arrive in Mebourne 3.30 a.m. their time on Monday.  😎

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14 minutes ago, dady dady said:

hi Marisa thanx for reply i see that but just to give one or 2 and  we dont have to pay for  him as my thinking sorry ....

OK, but what happens when you have another question, and another one, and another one?  Do you keep coming back and asking just one more question?  

Alan is a good agent, maybe you should hire him. 

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Scot by birth, emigrated 1985 | Aussie husband applied UK spouse visa Jan 2015, granted March 2015, moved to UK May 2015 | Returned to Oz June 2016

"The stranger who comes home does not make himself at home but makes home itself strange." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

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Just now, Marisawright said:

OK, but what happens when you have another question, and another one, and another one?  Do you keep coming back and asking just one more question?  

Alan is a good agent, maybe you should hire him. 

Yes, with respect to the OP the question is a basic one - I anticipate there will be more questions if this is an indication ...

Onwards!

Best regards.

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Managing Director, Go Matilda Visas - www.gomatilda.com

Registered Migration Agent Number 0102534; Registered Tax Agent (Australia)

Chartered Accountant (UK, and Australia)

T - 023 81 66 11 55 (UK) or 03 9935 2929 (Australia)

E - alan.collett@gomatilda.com and acollett@bdhtax.com

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2 minutes ago, Sadge said:

Check here, https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-support/who-can-help-with-your-application/using-a-migration-agent 

On no account use anybody claiming to be a visa agent or specialist who is not registered.  

 

thanx Sadge i will go see this link as well man

just want to know do we have to fill one form 40 and one form 47PA for mom n dad OR have to fill both form separate for mom n dad but here everyones eyes are in Money 

hi there dose any one  help me with this question  pls do we have to fill 2 separate form for mom n dad like  47PA Form and form 40 or

47PA ONE FORM FOR BOTH ?

FORM 40 ONE FOR BOTH ?

OR EACH ONE FOR BOTH 

PLS NEED HELP 

THANKYOU AND STAY SAFE 

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4 minutes ago, Marisawright said:

OK, but what happens when you have another question, and another one, and another one?  Do you keep coming back and asking just one more question?  

Alan is a good agent, maybe you should hire him. 

hi Marisa thanx for your reply again my que is just this one i have done with all form and documents  every thing just confuse about separate forms only that do we have to fill one form 40 and one form 47PA for mom n dad OR have to fill both form separate for mom n dad

thats all 

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Just now, dady dady said:

thanx Sadge i will go see this link as well man

just want to know do we have to fill one form 40 and one form 47PA for mom n dad OR have to fill both form separate for mom n dad but here everyones eyes are in Money 

hi there dose any one  help me with this question  pls do we have to fill 2 separate form for mom n dad like  47PA Form and form 40 or

47PA ONE FORM FOR BOTH ?

FORM 40 ONE FOR BOTH ?

OR EACH ONE FOR BOTH 

PLS NEED HELP 

THANKYOU AND STAY SAFE 

I really do think you need help from an Agent if you are having so much difficulty right at the start of your visa journey.  The price of instructing a good agent (like Alan) is a very, very small price to pay when you consider the cost of the application.  Do bear in mind that the forms have to be submitted in the English language and if English is not your first language you could find this causing you great difficulty.  

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143 Application Lodged 24th June 2014; Acknowledgement 6th February 2015; Form 80, Police Checks & Medical requested 21st Sept 2016; AOS Lodged 29th November 2016; 2nd VAC paid 16th December 2016; VISA GRANTED 20th December 2016.

Heading to Wollert "The place where possums are found", Victoria (eventually)

"Eventually" has become a reality - at long last the house is sold, the car is spoken for, the Movecube is coming on 19th September and I'll be heading Down Under on 21st via Royal Brunei.  Arrive in Mebourne 3.30 a.m. their time on Monday.  😎

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6 minutes ago, Alan Collett said:

Yes, with respect to the OP the question is a basic one - I anticipate there will be more questions if this is an indication ...

Onwards!

Best regards.

hi Alan sorry I m not trying to be rude  ,but my confusion is just this about form 40 and form 47PA .....separate form for mom n dad or just one  one form 40 from  and migrate 47PA 

regards 

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Just now, dady dady said:

hi Alan sorry I m not trying to be rude  ,but my confusion is just this about form 40 and form 47PA .....separate form for mom n dad or just one  one form 40 from  and migrate 47PA 

regards 

You can ask as many times as you like - I'm not answering this one.   Sorry.

Best regards.


Managing Director, Go Matilda Visas - www.gomatilda.com

Registered Migration Agent Number 0102534; Registered Tax Agent (Australia)

Chartered Accountant (UK, and Australia)

T - 023 81 66 11 55 (UK) or 03 9935 2929 (Australia)

E - alan.collett@gomatilda.com and acollett@bdhtax.com

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On 31/07/2020 at 14:18, dady dady said:

hi there dose any one  help me with this question  pls do we have to fill 2 separate form for mom n dad like  47PA Form and form 40 or

47PA ONE FORM FOR BOTH ?

FORM 40 ONE FOR BOTH ?

OR EACH ONE FOR BOTH 

PLS NEED HELP 

THANKYOU AND STAY SAFE 

You need to find the forms and read all the notes before you start.  The information you need is right there in the notes.  It says the form covers a family unit.  You will find help on here, but you do need to do the groundwork yourself.

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17 hours ago, Bridgeman said:

You need to find the forms and read all the notes before you start.  The information you need is right there in the notes.  It says the form covers a family unit.  You will find help on here, but you do need to do the groundwork yourself.

@dady dady I have filled out these forms for my in-laws. Hence, sharing with you purely based on my experience. 

 We filled all the 3 forms. It was one form of each type with details of both applicants and the sponsors. You don't need one for each applicant. A total of 3 forms is all you need. 

40 - Sponsorship for migration to Australia ( This is essentially detailing the 2 people you are sponsoring & details regarding youself as a sponsor)

47A - Details of childor other dependent family member aged 18 years or over (We had my father in law as the main applicant and hence, we provided details of my sister in law as his other child. Even though she is not migrating to AUS we still had to provide her details)

47PA - Application for a parent to migrate to Australia (This has all the details of the parent applicants) 

None of this is complicated. It may seem overwhelming though.

I suggest that you read the details carefully and complete the forms as required. You won't need any agent if you follow the instructions. Unless, the application isn't a straight forward one, where there may be child dependants nearing the age of an adult, adoptions etc. 

Folks on this forum are here to share experiences. But noboby will be able to really assist you beyond that. If you have chosen to work without an agent , it's all good. But ensure that you are able in a position to do the paper work through detailed reading and research if required. 

All the very best ! 


Lodgement date: 2/06/2016  Acknowledgement Letter: 07/06/2016 Request for Further docs : 6/7/2020 Submitted AFP , PCC, Form 80, Passport & National Id proof on: 6/7/2020  AOS Submitted online : 7/7/2020  Medicals appointment - 29/7/2020  AOS Acceptance :  ------- Received Bank Guarantee Request from Centrelink :  ------- Submitted Bank Guarantee Request from Centrelink: ---------  AOS Finalised :  --------- Second VAC Request : ------ Visa Grant : --------

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5 minutes ago, cfernandes said:

@dady dady I have filled out these forms for my in-laws. Hence, sharing with you purely based on my experience. 

 We filled all the 3 forms. It was one form of each type with details of both applicants and the sponsors. You don't need one for each applicant. A total of 3 forms is all you need. 

40 - Sponsorship for migration to Australia ( This is essentially detailing the 2 people you are sponsoring & details regarding youself as a sponsor)

47A - Details of childor other dependent family member aged 18 years or over (We had my father in law as the main applicant and hence, we provided details of my sister in law as his other child. Even though she is not migrating to AUS we still had to provide her details)

47PA - Application for a parent to migrate to Australia (This has all the details of the parent applicants) 

None of this is complicated. It may seem overwhelming though.

I suggest that you read the details carefully and complete the forms as required. You won't need any agent if you follow the instructions. Unless, the application isn't a straight forward one, where there may be child dependants nearing the age of an adult, adoptions etc. 

Folks on this forum are here to share experiences. But noboby will be able to really assist you beyond that. If you have chosen to work without an agent , it's all good. But ensure that you are able in a position to do the paper work through detailed reading and research if required. 

All the very best ! 

Thankyou very much cfernandes ,

i have done all my documents by self i was just confuse about the forms.now you make me clear ,,,,,

regards

Thanx again and best of luck for you my fren and hope your Father in law get PR soon cheersssss

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Hi All & @Alan Collett

So I was a bit confused as to what to do with my Mom's 1 year arrival in Australia anniversary which was coming up end of August 2020.
She does not have the 8558 condition but has 12 months visit on each arrival.
Her current visa was not going to expire until June 2021.

I decided to apply for a new Visitor Visa (600). When I lodged the application online today and paid the fee. I got automatic application received notification as well as a notification for grant of a Bridging A Visa while they process my Mom’s visitor Visa (600). Also note that the Bridging Visa A letter says .... Visitor Visa: Active,  Bridging A Visa: Not Active.

I have a feeling we would have gotten away without doing anything until the department informed us that my mom has exceded her stay or has become a non-genuine resident; but we arent taking any chances! 

Note: My Mom (in Aus at the moment), and my Dad (In NZ at the moment, he couldn’t get back before the border closure) are both at the point of “Second Vac” payment.

I hope this information is useful. Thank you all for your contribution to this page! All the best!

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29/04/2016: 143 Application lodgement date
05/05/2016: Acknowledgement of Application Received
05/03/2020: Request for AOS, Medical, PCC
06/03/2020: AOS Application submitted to Centrelink (estimated completion : 17/04/2020; completed on or before 27/03/2020)
12/03/2020: DOCS EMAILED TO PVC TEAM (Police Checks, Birth Certs, National ID etc)
13/03/2020: MEDICALS COMPLETED
01/04/2020: AOS BANK GUARANTEE REQUESTED (UPLOADED ON: 02/04/2020) 
03/04/2020: AOS APPLICATION ACCEPTED (MYGOV NOTFICATION ON: 06/04/2020)
02/05/2020: SENT FORM 815, 80 & ADDITIONAL INFO (REQUESTED ON: 29/04/2020)

 

 

 

 

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