Former Resident visa (subclass 151)

The Former Resident Visa (Subclass 151) is a permanent visa that allows former permanent residents and select individuals who served in the Australian Defence Force to live in Australia. This visa offers a range of benefits, including the ability to live in Australia indefinitely, work and study, enroll in Australia's public health care scheme (Medicare), sponsor family members to come to Australia, and even apply for Australian citizenship if eligible.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can include members of your family unit in your application when you apply. You can also add family members at any time before a decision is made. However, family members must meet health and character requirements.

If your child is born after you apply, you should find out what steps to take regarding their visa status.

Your immigration history will be considered when your application is reviewed. In some circumstances, having a visa canceled or a previous application refused may affect your eligibility. For more details, refer to the Limitations on applications in Australia document.

Currently, there are no frequently asked questions available for the Aged Dependent Relative Visa (Subclass 114).