The new student guardian visa (subclass 590) is created for the legal custodian or relative to accompany the visa holders if they are under 18 years of age.
The applicant for this visa needs to have a genuine intention to provide support and general welfare for the international student. Moreover, the applicant should either be a parent, a person with custody of the student or a relative over 21 years of age who has been nominated in writing by a parent. It is not allowed to bring family member younger than 6 years of age except under certain conditions.
It is required to provide evidence of funds to show that the applicant has enough money to pay for their living expenses, education costs and expedition of the family member accompanying for the duration of the course, Also, the person should not owe any money to the Australian government.
The applicants of Students guardians should also have to provide the evidence of enough health insurance for the entire period of stay in Australia. It can be a health insurance product from Australia or the home country or Overseas Visitors Health Cover (OVHC).
Students guardians should have identity documents readily available along with the proof of the relation with the student.
In order to meet the terms of Genuine Temporary Entrant Requirement, the department will consider your personal conditions in your home country, your immigration history and everything related to your plan to stay in Australia.
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