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Child Visa (Subclass 101) for children +18 years old

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jeff0610jeff0610 MelbourneTotal Reaction Points: 3Member
Hi Everyone,

I just wondering if there's anyone here who was able to try applying for child visa for children more than 18 years of age?

My uncle is a permanent resident who is looking for any way to bring his 2 daughters aged 20 and 23 to Australia. The first one is still studying while the 2nd has just started a second course after she graduated in 2016.

Can they still qualify for Child visa 101? If yes, is this the best option for them? Your views and opinions will be much appreciated.

Thank you in advance Kabayans!
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  • agentKamsagentKams AustraliaTotal Reaction Points: 99Member
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    following on this thread.
    If you will read the requirements ng child visa, pasok pa iyong age nila for this subclass.
    this is the best option i know, not unless they want to apply on their own merit for skilled visa.
    Timeline: Student Visa Subclass 573 (Masters)
    06 July 2015: Visa Grant
    22 July 2015: First day of class
    Feb 2016: Change program to dual
    Nov 2017 : Finished MBAC program
    April 2018: Uni Graduation

    Timeline: Permanent Visa (189) Accountant 221111
    26 Aug 15: PTE-A Result- OK! ( L84 W80 R77 S69)
    28 Aug 15: Email sent to CPAA for Assessment
    14 Sept 15: Positive Assessment received from CPAA
    14 Sept 15: Lodged EOI (60 pts 189/65 pts 190) - lapsed
    17 Nov 2017: Lodged EOI (75 pts 189 / 80 pts 190)
    08 March 2018: PTE-A Retake - Superior (L87 W90 R90 S90)
    16 March 2018: Updated EOI (85 pts 189/90pts 190)
    12 April 2018: NSW pre-invite [lapsed, EOI withddrawn]
    18 April 2018: ITA received - Visa 189
    04 May 2018 : Lodged Visa Application - Visa 189
    29 Aug 2018 - First CO Contact - PCC Qatar (partner)
    9 Jan 2019 - 2nd CO Contact - penal waiver
    18 Jan 2019 - Updated immiaccount with penal waiver
    29 Jan 2019 - Forwarded PCC to gsm.allocated email
    8 Feb 2019 - Visa Grant - Finally!!
    jeff0610
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  • jeff0610jeff0610 MelbourneTotal Reaction Points: 3Member
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    Thanks agentKams, nagresearch din ako and I believe yan nga ang best option para sa kanila. I’m just worrying about the 2nd child kasi may gap na 2 years yung study nya. Do you think it will affect her chance to be granted a visa?
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  • agentKamsagentKams AustraliaTotal Reaction Points: 99Member
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    @jeff0610 did he or she worked at that time nung gap year? i think kelangan lang tlga iprove iyong financially dependant siya sa sponsor niya during that time and all other documentation for proof.
    Timeline: Student Visa Subclass 573 (Masters)
    06 July 2015: Visa Grant
    22 July 2015: First day of class
    Feb 2016: Change program to dual
    Nov 2017 : Finished MBAC program
    April 2018: Uni Graduation

    Timeline: Permanent Visa (189) Accountant 221111
    26 Aug 15: PTE-A Result- OK! ( L84 W80 R77 S69)
    28 Aug 15: Email sent to CPAA for Assessment
    14 Sept 15: Positive Assessment received from CPAA
    14 Sept 15: Lodged EOI (60 pts 189/65 pts 190) - lapsed
    17 Nov 2017: Lodged EOI (75 pts 189 / 80 pts 190)
    08 March 2018: PTE-A Retake - Superior (L87 W90 R90 S90)
    16 March 2018: Updated EOI (85 pts 189/90pts 190)
    12 April 2018: NSW pre-invite [lapsed, EOI withddrawn]
    18 April 2018: ITA received - Visa 189
    04 May 2018 : Lodged Visa Application - Visa 189
    29 Aug 2018 - First CO Contact - PCC Qatar (partner)
    9 Jan 2019 - 2nd CO Contact - penal waiver
    18 Jan 2019 - Updated immiaccount with penal waiver
    29 Jan 2019 - Forwarded PCC to gsm.allocated email
    8 Feb 2019 - Visa Grant - Finally!!
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  • jeff0610jeff0610 MelbourneTotal Reaction Points: 3Member
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    No, she tried but no luck. That’s the reason why she’s doing another course. Thanks for your inputs @agentKams, really appreciate it. :)
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  • AnnecaIhaAnnecaIha SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    @jeff0610 2 yr gap is not reasonable even if you did not work.

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