Aged Dependent Relative Visa Subclass 114/838 is for those immigrant whose near relatives are living in Australia permanently and you are old enough to get the Australian pension. The benefits related to Aged Dependent Relative Visa are many like to travel and live in Australia for permanent, only when you are dependent on the relative who will sponsor you along with all the family members on the application.
Both, the Aged Dependent Relative Visa subcategories are the same in every aspect. The distinction prevails in between of two is that the subclass 114 visa is for offshore applicants and subclass 838 visa is for onshore. These visas are for single, older immigrants who have close ties in Australia who can supply assurance of Support.
Requirements of Aged Dependent Relative Visa Subclass 114/838
First, you should have a relative in Australia who could sponsor you.
Should not have a spouse or de facto partner.
Should be under age requirements i.e. be old enough to receive the aged pension
Should follow the dependency requirements like showing your complete dependency on the relative for food, shelter, and clothing etc.
Should have Assurance of Support from your Sponsor.
Should have minimum character and health requirements determined by the Australian government.
Should have signed Australian Values Statement with the Government, committing to respect the Australian culture and laws while living in Australia. You and your family members in the application should comply with the Australian laws.
Should have no outstanding debts to the Australian government.
The application must be made outside of Australia in order to apply for Aged Dependent Relative Visa for Subclass 114. While in the case of Aged Dependent Relative Visa 838, the application should be made within or inside of Australia.