Travel In and Out of Australia with a Resident Return Visa

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For various reasons, people that have been granted Permanent Residence in Australia that decide to return home.

Under the current legislation, people under these circumstances may apply for a Resident Return Visa (subclasses 155 or 157).

Travel Overseas and Return to Australia

Offered by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC), the Resident Return Visa allows individuals who currently hold a permanent visa that is about to expire or that has already expired to renew or extend their current visa.

Holders of this visa will be allowed to travel in and out of Australia as often as they wish for the entire validity of their visa.

Under normal circumstances, it requires the applicant to have lived in Australia for at least two years out of the last five years. In the event that this is not satisfied by the applicant, they have an option i to demonstrate or prove that their ties to Australia which are beneficial to the country and to its people.

If an applicant is in Australia and wishes to apply for a one-year Resident Return visa, or if the applicant has left Australia while holding a Permanent Residence visa, such applicant will need to prove significant links to Australia which can be financially, culturally, or personally.

If an applicant has been out of Australia for more than five consecutive years, they should demonstrate any compelling reasons for doing so.

National Visas will help you through this oftentimes confusing process. Our migration agents will assist you and enlighten you with the things you need to do in order for your application to be approved.

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