AUSTRALIAN SHORT STAY VISAS

Australian Short Stay Visas allow temporary work assignments, tourism, business trips, and working holidays.

THE AUSTRALIAN SHORT STAY VISAS

The Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) Visa lets highly specialised workers do short-term work in Australia.

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The eVisitor Visa lets foreigners visit Australia as often as desired in a 12-month period for up to three months at a time.

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The Visitor Visa lets foreigners holiday in Australia, visit family and friends in Australia, or visit Australia as business travellers.

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The Working Holiday Visa lets young adults have an extended holiday in Australia while working to fund their stay.

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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SHORT STAY VISAS

Let’s take a closer look at the Australian Short Stay Visas:

THE BASIC REQUIREMENTS:

Short Stay Visas allow a variety of activities in Australia and thus don’t have a general set of basic requirements. Instead we'll list the main requirement of each visa:

  • Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) Visa: Applicants must have highly specialised skills, knowledge or experience not generally available in Australia.
  • eVisitor Visa: Applicants must hold an eligible passport.
  • Visitor Visa: Visitor visa applicants must have enough money to support themselves or an eligible family member to sponsor them if they visit Australia as a holidaymaker.
  • Working Holiday Visa: Applicants must hold an eligible passport and be between the ages of 18 and 30 or 35 for some countries

HOW TO APPLY:

The Short Stay Visas each have a unique application process. Please speak with our licensed advisor for advice. 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Foreign nationals must have a valid visa to travel to, enter and stay in Australia, no matter the duration of their trip. 

The eVisitor Visa (Subclass 651) is valid for 12 months and allows for visits of up to three months at a time. 

The Visitor Visa (Subclass 600) is valid for up to 12 months, with the duration decided on a case-by-case basis. The Department of Home Affairs will consider the applicant’s reason for their visit and how long they ask to stay when deciding on the duration of the visa.

Eligible family members can sponsor Visitor Visa (Subclass 600) applicants travelling to Australia for holiday purposes. Business travellers must have enough money to support themselves. The same is true for eVisitor Visa (Subclass 651) and Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) Visa (Subclass 400) applicants. 

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