A career visa (subclass 116 and 836) allows individuals to live in Australia permanently and provide care or assistance to their relatives who is unable to receive required care & support the need from any other relative or from welfare, hospital, nursing or community services in Australia and has one of following:
For subclass 116, the applicants must be outside of Australia while lodging an application and when visa is granted. This is also applicable to all the family members included as dependents in the visa application. For subclass 836, the applicants must be in Australia while lodging an application and when the visa is granted. This is also applicable to all the family members included as dependents in the visa application. You must only apply for this visa if your relative is unable to get the care or support they need from any other relative or from hospital, welfare, nursing community services in Australia.
Being a career visa holder (116 or 836), you can:
For Visa Applicants:
A career visa (subclass 116 and 836) allows individuals to live in Australia
The applicant and all the accompanying family members must have:
You must sign an Australian Values Statement (if you are more than 18 years of age) to assure that you will respect the Australian lifestyle and obey all the laws and regulations.
You must have no outstanding debts to the Australian Government before the visa is granted
To sponsor someone on career visa, you must:
Once your relative is granted this visa, you must help him/her and the accompanying family members by providing necessary:
The medical condition of the relative who needs care (for themselves or a family member) must meet the following criteria:
Family Members in the Visa Application