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Hi All,

We are 189 SC visa holders and completed the initial entry. By June I am planning to move with kids and later spouse will join with us. So my parents are planning to come with me for initial 1-2 months settlement.

I believe I am eligible to apply for visitor visa before the permanent move.

I have activated NAB Bank account and planning to transfer amount to NAB account to meet the funding requirement along with my Indian bank ac details. I can also submit my parents Indian bank ac details to backup my request.

Will this work? Any other points to be considered? Appreciate your feedback

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Anyone had similar situation? appreciate your response

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I was in a similar situation and this is what I did:

Migrated alone, rented a place, and applied for my parents visa providing my bank statement and rental contract (and other required documents for this visa- invitation letter, parents' bank statements, evidence of assets, passports, etc).

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many Thanks for the reply...I understood that rental contract gives more weightage. Hope bank statement without salary credit (with adequate fund ) will work.

once again, thanks for your time

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many Thanks for the reply...I understood that rental contract gives more weightage. Hope bank statement without salary credit (with adequate fund ) will work.

once again, thanks for your time

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Its something like taking risk. many chance of rejection. not sure

if once rejected, then applying again and getting a positive output would be very difficult.
I suggest to move alone, settle and then invite parents.

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Thanks for the reply

You meant to say, even if I have the rental contract and sufficient fund in the bank account, there is a possibility of rejection if I don't have job (salary credit)

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Hi All,

We are 189 SC visa holders and completed the initial entry. By June I am planning to move with kids and later spouse will join with us. So my parents are planning to come with me for initial 1-2 months settlement.

I believe I am eligible to apply for visitor visa before the permanent move.

I have activated NAB Bank account and planning to transfer amount to NAB account to meet the funding requirement along with my Indian bank ac details. I can also submit my parents Indian bank ac details to backup my request.

Will this work? Any other points to be considered? Appreciate your feedback

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I applied for my parents 4 days back and got the visa today. Would recommend to apply for Visitor visa - tourist stream for your parents. It is like they apply for tourism or visit family in Australia. They can submit their bank statements to show they have sufficient funds for the travel. However, in my case as I am already in Australia it was simple and straight forward. It is better you travel first find a place for stay and then you can apply for your parents it just take a week time for tourist visa.

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Thanks for the reply....Hope 1 -2 weeks I will be able to manage alone...

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Thanks for the reply

You meant to say, even if I have the rental contract and sufficient fund in the bank account, there is a possibility of rejection if I don't have job (salary credit)

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Rental contract - only if you are onsite.
so - i am also saying the same . rental contract with Sufficient amounts would be good for a positive visa.

don't apply without you being at onsite, That's what i mean.

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You meant to say, even if I have the rental contract and sufficient fund in the bank account, there is a possibility of rejection if I don't have job (salary credit)

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Rental contract - only if you are onsite.
so - i am also saying the same . rental contract with Sufficient amounts would be good for a positive visa.

don't apply without you being at onsite, That's what i mean.
Job shouldn't be a problem. I had applied without a job. I did have a rental place and a healthy bank statement.

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