Parent visa delay raised in parliament

 

 

 

The Federal Government exposed a temporary sponsored parent visa last year that would assent parents of migrants to stay in Australia for up to ten years without having to leave the country. However, the visa has not been made receivables so far.

 

Federal Labor MP Rob Mitchell established the issue in Parliament calling out the government on its “defective promise” to migrants.

 

“This unworthy Turnbull government said one thing before the election and is doing something well enough different one they won,” he said prior to the interpellation time in the House of Representatives. Australia Immigration Services

 

The Federal government promised a parent visa in the run-up to the 2016 Federal election following a expedition by migrant communities, greatly Indian migrants. The visa uncovered last year would allow parents of migrants to live in Australia for up to five years and can be renewed for a second time but has been reprove for its $10,000 fee.

 

“The government promulgate before the election that children will have to pay a bond.

 

“After the election, as we come to look forward to, the government promulgate a non-refundable fee of $20,000 if families choose the ten-year option,” said the MP for McEwen.

 

He also slammed the government for assenting just one set of parents on this visa and gunwale the number of visas each year to 15,000.

 

The Federal Government, at the time of promulgate this visa, said it would be receivables by the end of 2017. However, the visa has not been made accessible so far.

 

The Department of Home Affairs has told media that the execution of the visa is subject to the pathway of the Migration Amendment (Family disaster and Other Measures) Bill 2016 through Parliament.

 

More info: – Best Migration Agent 

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