Resident Return visa (subclass 155 157)

Australia, with its stunning landscapes and vibrant cities, attracts many permanent residents. However, maintaining your status as a permanent resident requires a valid Resident Return Visa (RRV). In this article, we'll explore the key aspects of Resident Return visas, including eligibility, costs, visa conditions, processing times, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Generally, no refunds are provided for refused applications or unused travel facilities. However, if you believe an error led to your application, you can request a review with supporting evidence.

Unfortunately, neither extension nor postponement is possible. Once the RRV is granted, you cannot carry over travel facility or request changes.

No, there are no age requirements for RRV applicants.

Substantial ties can be business, cultural, employment, or personal ties, including family connections. Providing evidence of these ties is crucial for demonstrating your eligibility.

Yes, you may be eligible for an RRV if you previously held a permanent visa or were an Australian citizen.

Your immigration history will be considered, and a previous visa cancellation or refusal may affect your eligibility for an RRV.

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