Green Dot is an Australian visa program that allows people with disabilities to obtain Australian citizenship and citizenship in Australia.
The program allows people to apply for Australian citizenship in the same way as anyone else in Australia, with a visa process.
The Green Dot visa allows Australians with special needs to apply and obtain Australian Citizenship, regardless of whether they have special needs, physical or cognitive, or where they live in Australia and what type of life they lead.
The Green dot Visa is one of several ways in which the government is addressing Australia’s ‘green dot’ citizenship crisis.
Here’s a look at what it is, what it’s not, and how you can get the green dot for yourself.
What is Green Dot?
The Greendot visa is a visa that enables people with special disabilities to apply to be citizens in Australia under the Australian Citizenship and Immigration Act (ACIA).
This means that they can be granted citizenship if they meet certain criteria.
It also means that the Australian government can issue visas to people with these disabilities, such as a person with a special needs child, or a person who has a mental impairment that causes impairment or limits the range of activities for their individual circumstances.
People with special abilities have been able to obtain this special citizenship in recent years, such that they have become eligible for some of the same benefits and entitlements as those without these abilities.
The Green Dot has been available since 2012, and is currently available to people aged 16 and over.
The eligibility criteria are similar to those for permanent residency.
People must meet three criteria, which are:Ability to speak, read, write, use an electronic device and be able to do simple tasks that require little or no effortAbility to participate in public life and participate in the Australian way of lifeAbility to meet the requirements for being eligible for certain types of work, such a full-time worker or a student with no dependentsAbility to communicate effectively, understand and respond to language barriersAbility to live independently and be self-sufficientAbility to provide support for children, including for those who are deaf or hard of hearing, and who are under the age of 18Ability to complete the basic skills requirements, such for building, gardening, welding, driving a car or having a sewing machineAbility to obtain a driving licenceAbility to carry a passport, which allows for entry to and exit from Australia, and can be used to obtain work permits, travel documents and other visa-related documentationThe Green DOT is available to all Australians with a disability who are aged 16 or over.
They can also apply to extend their eligibility to include the children of Australian citizens and permanent residents.
In 2014, the Government announced the introduction of a new special category of the Green DOT.
This new category is for those with a specific disability that is a physical or mental impairment and is of a serious nature.
This is often the result of an incurable disease, an injury or illness or an infection.
In this category, the requirements are similar for those aged 16 to 20.
The person must be able, or able to acquire the skills necessary to meet those requirements, and must also be able communicate effectively.
The requirements for obtaining this new category of Green Dot are similar.
The special category will not be available for people with a physical disability until 2026.
The Government announced that it was increasing the Greendot category eligibility age from 15 to 16, but that the increase would not apply to people who are currently living in Australia or who hold Australian citizenship.
In 2018, the Green dot visa was extended to people over the age to 16 who have a special ability to speak.
This was a temporary change that only applies to those people who hold the Green visa.
In 2018 the Green Visa was expanded to people of all ages, but the Government said that people with some special abilities will be able for the first time to apply, and be granted Australian citizenship as long as they meet the other criteria.