What is Dependant Visa?
If a primary applicant is holding a visa other than his own country, his spouse or fiancé or children may be entitled to apply for a dependent Visa and they can join the main applicant as long as the primary applicant’s visa is valid.
Presently there are over thirty countries that permit married partner or even children to work if they are eligible. Some of the countries like the UK, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada allows spouses and partners to work, Hongkong and also the USA allows married spouses to work, East Asian country like Japan and Singapore don’t allow full right to work but yet they offer some simplified procedures for married or accompanying spouse.
Some of the examples are given below:
Students Dependant Visa:
If a student is studying abroad and if he or she is married, there is likely a chance to start feeling lonely sometimes and start thinking of your family or wife and contemplate on bringing them over and join you. Since your dependant are back home and they are your responsibility as much as they are for you. A student can apply for a dependent Visa and bring their spouse into the country you are residing in.