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Old 13th March 2013, 01:36 PM
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Hi all,
I recently applied for my 189 visa.
During the visa application process, I included my parent's names as "non-migrating dependent" in my application. Have I done the right thing and included my parent's in that list? Or, have I f*&ked up the application process?

Currently, when I log into the visa application page, it is requesting for my parent's medical and police clearance.

Can someone here please advice me on how to remove applicants (in this case, my parents) from my visa application? When I read the FAQ's from the immigration site, I saw this:

Withdrawing family members from your application

If you would like to withdraw a dependent family member from your application, you must send a request letter signed by you to the office processing your application. The letter must also be signed by the applicant being removed if that person is 18 years of age or over. The letter can be scanned and emailed to the GSM Processing Centre.
Email: [email protected]

Note: Any dependent family member removed from an application will still need to satisfy any applicable health and character requirements.


Is there any other way to remove the applicants? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks all.

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Vignesh.

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If your parents are in non migrating dependent they do not need to be removed because you are not applying for a visa for them.

If they are your dependants but not migrating leave them where they are.

If they are not your dependants fill up the form for incorrect answers and upload it.

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Hi shel,

Thank you very much for your reply.

Do I just fill up form "1023 - Notification of incorrect answer(s)" and submit to DIAC? Is there no need to write a letter?

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No just fill the form because its not an applicant being removed.

Any reason why you want to remove them?

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Well... Not sure why I included them as my dependent in the first place!

They are very well settled in India and currently do not depend on anyone at the moment.

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Well... Not sure why I included them as my dependent in the first place!

They are very well settled in India and currently do not depend on anyone at the moment.

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Hi , I would need also same help , I have filled 190 e VISA application and as dependent non-migrating applicant I have putted my mother name . Now I wanted to remove her name from VISA form because she is not dependent on me she is in govt service . Please suggest what would be best way because I would not be able to arranger het PCC and medical .

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Well... Not sure why I included them as my dependent in the first place!

They are very well settled in India and currently do not depend on anyone at the moment.
hi, i saw your post on removing parents from non migrating members for austrlia visa. i also did the mistake today when submitted the application. can you pls tell me how you managed to remove them? form 1023?

I have sent email to [email protected] to remove them.

But will they still ask for PCC and Medicals for my parents, even though they got removed?

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Yes, submit form 1023 for incorrect answer and explain them what went wrong. Refer migration regulation 1.12 that states your parents are 'other family member' and not dependent...also provide evidences that they have their own income, earnings etc and by no means they depend on you...they will remove their names after reading your form 1023...you then need not have to do their pcc or medical.

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Yes, submit form 1023 for incorrect answer and explain them what went wrong. Refer migration regulation 1.12 that states your parents are 'other family member' and not dependent...also provide evidences that they have their own income, earnings etc and by no means they depend on you...they will remove their names after reading your form 1023...you then need not have to do their pcc or medical.
Gayatri,

Manythanks for your response.

I have not got a CO assigned yet....yesterday I sent email to gsm.documents and sent a 1023 form signed by me and my wife. To remove my parents and her parents who i added as non migrant dependents. Along with I sent a Request letter also signed by me and my wife.

Do you think it should be enough?? How many days does gsm.documents take to remove them??

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