With its wide open spaces, natural wonders, urban lifestyle and rich wildlife, Australia is a haven for any traveler who seeks diversity. From magnificent coral reefs to the lush green rainforest, from pristine sandy beaches to red dessert, from wildlife safaris to fast-paced nightlife, you’ll be left wanting for more as soon as you step foot in Australia.
People visit Australia for a number of reasons – holiday, recreational reasons, to visit relatives, be a business visitor, medical treatment or medical consultation. Whatever be the reason, a visa is required to enter the country.
This 12-month valid Australian tourist visa is available for people going on a holiday, recreational activities, or to visit friends and family in Australia. There are 5 different streams available to applicants: tourist visa, business visitor, frequent traveler visa, sponsored family visa, and approved destination status.
You will have to give a personal explanation on your reasons to visit Australia, intentions after departure from Australia, activities you plan to undertake while staying there, and if you have any intentions to lodge any visa applications while still in the country.
The ETA lets you enter Australia as many times as you want for up to 12 months, with the permission to stay up to 3 months per visit as a tourist or for business purposes.
An ETA is linked electronically to your passport and can be viewed at airports, travel agencies and Australian Border Agencies.
It’s a free Australian Visitor visa which allows individuals to visit Australia for traveling or business purpose. eVisitor is also a temporary visa allowing individuals to stay in Australia for up to three months at a time within a time frame of one year. However, only passport holders from certain countries can apply for this visa.
An Australian visitor visa may be refused for a variety of reasons. Thus it’s essential that the visa application is assessed, structured and lodged ina away to satisfy all applicable law and policy. Mr. Migrate has years of experience in handling the most complex cases and achieving positive outcomes.
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