Interstaff has successfully helped thousands of individuals become Australian Citizens for over 30 years. Our qualified and experienced migration agents liaise on your behalf with the Immigration Department, Australian State or Territory government agencies and any regional certifying bodies as required and provide professional advice at each step of the process, saving you valuable time and energy.
Get in touch with Interstaff migration agents on 08 9221 3388 or at [email protected] to see if you qualify to apply for Australian Citizenship under the Australian Citizen Parents / By Descent entry scheme.
Individuals born overseas from Australian Citizen parents can apply for citizenship. Parents whose children were born overseas can also register their offspring for Australian Citizenship. All applicants must be of good character and pass the Australian Government’s character requirements, which includes not having recorded criminal convictions or reported domestic violence. You must also not have provided false or misleading information concerning previous visa or citizenship applications.
Parents can also apply for Australian Citizenship by Descent on behalf of their children
If your parent/s have become an Australian Citizen through Descent or by Adoption under the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption or bilateral arrangement, parent/s will need to have spent at least 2 years lawfully in Australia before you apply for Australian Citizenship under this entry scheme.
Parent/s of children born outside Australia through an international surrogacy arrangement can bring their child to Australia apply for Australian Citizenship by Descent or through a Permanent Visa on their behalf. Other requirements must include:
Our Registered Migration Agents servicing Perth, Melbourne and Sydney can:
There are many possible reasons why your Australian Citizenship application could have been denied. Usually your refusal letter from the Department of Immigration will provide a brief explanation as to why your citizenship application was refused. Our migration agents can help you understand why the Department refused your application and whether you can appeal the decision by undertaking an assessment of your application.
Some common reasons why citizenship applications are denied include: insufficient evidence to support the claims made in the application, changes in government policy or if you have breached any conditions. The Department may also believe that you will not meet the citizenship conditions or health and character requirements. Any incorrect or false claims can also lead to a refusal to accept your Australian Citizenship application.
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