Migration Help

Migration Help (http://forum.migrationhelp.com.au/index.php)
-   Parents migration (http://forum.migrationhelp.com.au/forumdisplay.php?f=52)
-   -   Cancelling parent's VISA (http://forum.migrationhelp.com.au/showthread.php?t=2703)

orang.beke 14th January 2016 04:37 PM

Cancelling parent's VISA
 
Is there a way we can cancel my mother in law's PR?

I think it was parent contributory visa - my husband is the only child, we paid a fee and placed some money in long term deposit I think. She has already renewed PR once and is on her second 5 year term.

We do not want her to live with us but can not get her to move out. Can we somehow cancel her PR? Does cancelling the sponsorship result in loss of PR?


Thanks

nvoorst 17th January 2016 11:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by orang.beke (Hozzászólás 11109)
Is there a way we can cancel my mother in law's PR?

I think it was parent contributory visa - my husband is the only child, we paid a fee and placed some money in long term deposit I think. She has already renewed PR once and is on her second 5 year term.

We do not want her to live with us but can not get her to move out. Can we somehow cancel her PR? Does cancelling the sponsorship result in loss of PR?


Thanks

First of all, the only person in Australia who can cancel visas is the Minister of Immigration or one of his delegates. You cannot cancel anyone's visa.

Your mother in law is now a permanent resident,so you are no longer sponsoring her as such and cannot withdraw any sponsorship. You may still have obligations under the assurance of Support you committed to.


Sponsor obligations
As a sponsor, you must give a written undertaking to provide support for your parent(s) for their first two years in Australia. This also applies to any family members who came with your parent to Australia.

During this period, you must provide:support,accommodation,financial assistance.

Assurance of support
If you have also provided an accepted assurance of support for your parent, you are responsible for repaying to the Australian Government any social security payments they might have received during the 10-year period after their arrival in Australia or after they have been granted the visa in Australia, whichever applies. This also applies to any family members who came with your parent to Australia.


Other than that, you are not obliged to let your mother-in-law live in your house.


All times are GMT +11. The time now is 11:34 PM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.