Home / Australian Visa (page 2)

Australian Visa

Australian Child Visa for Thai

You can understand the Australian Child Visa for Thai here and what it entails. There are three types of Children Visas for Australia. These are the Child visa (subclass 802), there is also the Child visa (subclass 101) and the more common one in Thailand being the Dependent Child visa (subclass 445). When dealing with minor children, always consult an attorney in Thailand for advice and guidance. The following is a brief explanation of the visas. See the GAM website for information on an Australian visa for a Thai girlfriend.

Read More »

Incoming search terms:

Australian Family Visa

You can now apply for an Australian Family Visa from Thailand. There are a limited amount of family visas available each year from the Australian government. The main family visas tend to be the Carer visa which allows a family member to move to Australia to look after a permanently ill relative. There are also the Remaining Relative and Aged Dependent Relative visa categories. These visas tend to be based on priorities.

Read More »

Australian Fiancée Visa for Thai

The Australian Fiancée Visa for Thai girlfriend is explained here. Note that there is an Australian spouse visa or partner visa and there is an Australian fiancée visa for Thai. The spouse visa is called the Partner (provisional) – Subclass 309 visa while the fiancée visa for Australia is called the Prospective Marriage (temporary) – Subclass 300 visa. See the article on the marriage visa for Australia if you are already married to a Thai national. This temporary visa for your Thai fiancée is explained below. The visa for a Thai to Australia is explained below.

Read More »

Incoming search terms:

Australian Spouse Visa

This is the Australian spouse visa for a Thai. If you got married in Thailand and have registered your marriage then you can apply for a visa from Thailand to Australia for your Thai wife. The Australian visa for a Thai can be applied for. For this temporary visa she can obtain if you are an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen. The marriage should show that you are in a de facto relationship. Note this will not be available if you had a traditional Thai wedding and have not registered your marriage.

Read More »