Dependent Visa

With the aim of reuniting migrants with their families, nations worldwide propose Dependent visas, mirroring initiatives undertaken by various countries. The Dependent Visa enables individuals to bring their families abroad through a streamlined process that prioritizes their financial stability. This visa category allows for:

  • Reside in a foreign nation under the support of their family members.
  • Possibly engage in employment or academic pursuits.
  • Explore and journey within the country.

The dependent visa enables immigrants, including students, permanent residents, and others, to sponsor their family members residing in a different country. Family members invited under dependent visas usually have restricted work rights based on the visa's validity, except in the USA. Once dependents meet the required eligibility criteria, they can apply for Permanent Residence Visas. With permanent resident status, they gain the freedom to live, study, and work for as long as they maintain their residency in the foreign country.

Dependent visas can be classified into two subcategories:

  • Temporary visas are permitted for individuals holding the following types of visas: Work, intra-company transfer, Student, Fiancé.
  • Permanent visas are designated for spouses or children under the age of 18-21 years who are dependents of immigrants.


The Australia Dependent Visa allows spouses, children, and other dependents of Australian citizens or permanent residents to join them in Australia. Applicants must demonstrate their relationship, financial dependency, and meet health and character requirements. This visa provides a pathway for family reunification, fostering a stable and supportive environment for immigrants.

United States

The United States Dependent Visa allows family members of U.S. citizens or green card holders to join them in the country. Spouses, children, and, in some cases, parents are eligible. Applicants must prove their relationship, undergo a medical examination, and attend a visa interview. This visa provides an opportunity for family unity and support.


The Canada Dependent Visa allows eligible family members to join a principal visa holder in Canada. Spouses, common-law partners, and dependent children can apply. Applicants must prove their relationship, provide financial support evidence, and meet health and security requirements. This visa strengthens family unity, fostering a supportive environment for new immigrants in Canada.

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom Dependent Visa allows family members of UK residents or citizens to join them in the country. Applicants must be spouses, partners, children, or elderly dependent relatives. The visa duration and requirements vary based on the relationship. Adequate financial support and proof of relationship are essential for a successful application.

New Zealand

The New Zealand Dependent Visa allows spouses, partners, and dependent children of visa holders to join them in New Zealand. Applicants must demonstrate a genuine and stable relationship, financial support, and meet health and character requirements. This visa fosters family unity and enables dependents to enjoy the diverse and vibrant Kiwi lifestyle.


The Europe Dependent Visa facilitates family reunification, allowing eligible individuals to join their relatives residing in Europe. This visa caters to spouses, children, and dependent family members, promoting unity and support within the family unit. Applicants must meet specific criteria, demonstrating financial stability and a genuine familial relationship for successful visa approval.