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9.2.2.80 Visa Subclass 110 Interdependency

Note: DIAC has advised that this visa is closed to new applicants from 1 July 2009 and was repealed from that date. Spouse visas (subclasses 309/100 and 820/801) and Interdependency visas (subclasses 310/110 and 826/814) were replaced by new Partner visas (subclasses 309/100 and 820/801) from 1 July 2009.

 

Applications for Interdependency visas lodged before 1 July 2009, which met the eligibility requirements, were granted an Interdependency visa at both the temporary and permanent stages of the application after 1 July 2009.

 

Applications received after 1 July 2009 for Interdependency visa subclasses 310/110 have been processed as an application for the Partner visas (subclasses 309/100 and 820/801).

 

Assurance of Support

No (from 1 January 2012)

Permanent Resident

Yes

Sponsored/Nominated

Sponsored

What Payments Eligible For

Holder of a subclass 110 visa has:

- a QRE under SSAct section 7(6AA) for all social security benefits (1.1.S.190) (other than SpB), PPS, CP, MOB, CSHC and HCC, and

- an exemption from the NARWP for all social security payments and benefits if the person is a family member under the SSAct section 7(6D) of a certain person.

Policy reference: SS Guide 3.1.2.70 Exemptions from Waiting Periods

 

Qualifies for Age only if:

- has 10 years qualifying residence, OR

- the claimant was receiving WidB, WA or PA immediately before reaching pension age, OR

- the claimant:

  • - is a woman, AND
  • - her partner has died, AND
  • - both the claimant and her partner were Australian residents at the time of the partner's death, AND
  • - the woman was an Australian resident for a continuous period of at least 104 weeks immediately before the day she lodged the claim for Age.

 

Qualifies for DSP only if:

- has 10 years qualifying residence, OR

- the event causing the person's incapacity to work occurred while an Australian resident.

 

May be eligible for FTB and CCB.

Policy reference: FA Guide 2.1.2.20 Verifying Residence/Citizenship, 2.6.2.20 Australian Residency Exceptions for CCB

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Last reviewed: 12 August 2013


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