eVisitor Visa Australia 2020 – Questions and Answers (Part 2)

What is a subclass 651 visa?

The subclass 651visa is the Australian Government eVisitor visa. It allows individuals to visit Australia for tourist or business visitor purposes, and stay in Australia for up to 3 months at a time within the 12 month time eligibility period of the visa. To apply for the Australian visa eVisitor subclass 651 you must hold a passport from one of the eligible countries.

What is the difference between eVisitor and Visitor visa?

The eVisitor visa subclass 651 is for people with passports from European Union countries as well as some other European non EU countries. The Australian ETA visa and Australian Visitor visa are different tourist and business visas for travel to Australia. A citizen of any country can apply for an Australian Visitor visa, but for this reason the application process is far more complicated and selective. If you are eligible it is much easier to apply for an eVisitor visa or ETA visa than a Visitor visa.

Can I extend my 651 visa?

The short answer is maybe. It all depends what you mean by ‘extend’. You cannot extend your time on your current eVisitor visa, but you can apply for another eVisitor visa or another type of Australian Visitor visa.

Can I apply for my eVisitor visa subclass 651 in Australia?

No. You must be outside when you apply for an eVisitor Australia application. However, you do not need to be in your home country when you apply. As soon as you are granted your eVisitor visa you can enter Australia. 

How long does an Australian eVisitor visa take to obtain?

It can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to process your eVisitor visa application. Usually it will only take a few days unless there is something that needs to be clarified or additional documentation is required.

Can I get an eVisitor subclass 651 Australia visa at the airport?

No. An eVisitor Tourist visa Australia can only be applied for either through the Australian Government or through a private visa agent. At Australian Visa Advice we offer eVisitor visa processing.

Do I need to print my eVisitor visa?

When you apply for an eVisitor visa Australia and are granted the visa, your eVisitor visa is electronic and will be on the Australian Government database. You are issued with an email or document that you can print out. You are not required to bring that email to Australia, but we recommend that you print it out and bring it with you to the airport.

How Australian Visa Advice (AVA) can help: Our team at Australian Visa Advice (AVA)can prepare and process your eVisitor visa application for you. We have a 100% success rate and many of our applications are granted in under the normal processing times. We have helped Europeans of many nations to obtain an eVisitor visa.So contact us today!

Written by Luke Gorham ©2020
Registered Migration Agent
Australian Visa Advice

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How long is an eVisitor visa valid for?

An eVisitor Australia visa is usually valid for visits to Australia of up to 3 months at a time, and the eVisitor visa itself is valid for 12 months from the date of grant of the visa.

Can I get an Australian eVisitor at the airport?

No. An eVisitor visa can only be applied for either through the Australian Government or through a private visa agent. At Australian Visa Advice we offer eVisitor visa processing.

Which countries need a visa for Australia?

Everyone, no matter what country passport you hold, needs a visa for Australia. Australia is certainly one of the strictest countries in the world when it comes to Immigration. Some visas are harder to apply for than others, but remember that obtaining even a Tourist visa for Australia is not easy for many people.

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