The Visitor visa (subclass 600) is for people who want to travel Australia as tourists, for business or to visit family. It is a temporary visa. This visa is granted for either 3, 6 or 12 months. Eligible parents of Australian citizens might be granted a longer validity period subject to the strength and the genuineness of the application.

This visa has four streams:

Sponsored family stream: This visa stream allows people who are sponsored, usually by a family member who are an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident or Eligible New Zealand Citizen., come to Australia to visit their family members. Applicants must be outside Australia when they apply.

Tourist stream (outside Australia): This visa stream allows applicants to visit Australia as a tourist to see family and friends. This visa is granted for either 3, 6 or 12 months. Eligible parents of Australian citizens might be granted a longer validity period subject to strength and genuineness of the application.

Tourist stream (Apply in Australia): This visa stream allows applicant to visit Australia as a tourist, to see family and friends.

  • If you hold another visa that is expiring and want to stay longer, this visa might suit you

Business Visitor Stream: This visa stream allows applicant to visit Australia for business reasons.

You can make a short visit for business visitor reasons, but you can't work or sell goods or services.

  • make general business or employment enquiries
  • negotiate contracts
  • take part in a conference or trade fair. You can't be paid by the organisers to take part.

 

In all types of tourist visas, Sponsor and Applicants need to complete some forms which we help our client to properly fill it. But when clients provide us all information, on behalf of clients, we fill in ad make everything ready for our clients to finally check before lodging.

From starting to finalize the application, we help every steps of the way to make our clients happy and duly informed about the application.

                 Please contact GESS Australia to determine the appropriate visa suitability to your situation.

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