Visa 143 Processing Time

Contributory parent visa 143 processing time.

Contributory Parent Visa 143 Processing Time 2024

Subclass 143 visa processing time depends on Australian Department of Home Affairs priorities, and whether you have lodged a decision ready visa application, and the time you take for completion of your health examinations.

Subclass 143 Contributory Parent Visa Processing Time

The document checklist provided by the Department of Home Affairs or by applicant's authorised representative can help the visa applicant to make sure they have attached all the required documents to the 143 parent visa processing time application. See all required documents here: Subclass 143 Visa Checklist.

Subclass 143 processing time can vary due to individual circumstances of each application such as:

  • Whether you have lodged a complete contributory parent 143 visa application. This includes all necessary supporting documents.
  • How promptly you respond to requests for more information.
  • How long it takes to perform required checks on the supporting information provided.
  • How long it takes to receive information from external agencies in relation to your subclass 143 contributory parent visa application. This particularly relates to health, character, and national security requirements.
  • Changes in application volumes.
  • Changes in Ministerial policy and directions.

Many applicants finalised recently had been lodged for some months with processing time as follows:

Contributory Parent Visa 143 Processing Time 2024

  • Released for final processing up to May 2017.

Parent Contributory Visa Processing Time Frequently Asked Questions

What is Contributory Parent Visa 143 Processing Time?

In the absence of any special circumstances contributing to delay in the processing of visa 143, applicants should plan around 4 - 6 years for its processing time

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