Visa Expiry Date Australia

The expiry date of your visa can sometimes be a bit confusing. Make sure you read the below information and don’t accidentally overstay your visa! On your visa, you will see the date that you must enter before. This is the date after “Must Not Arrive After”. This is the last date that you may enter Australia on that visa. …

Australian Tourist Visa Conditions

The most common Australian Tourist Visa conditions are: Condition 8503 – No Further Stay Condition 8501 – Maintain adequate health insurance Visa Condition 8201. (1) While in Australia the holder must not engage, for more than 3 months, in any studies or training. Condition 8101 – No Work Condition 8503 – No Further Stay Condition The Migration Regulation 1994 state: …

Visa Condition 8501 for Subclass 600

Visa condition 8501 states: “the holder must maintain adequate arrangements for health insurance while the holder is in Australia”. What does this mean? It means that while you are in Australia on this visa, you must have appropriate health cover. The Department might ask you for evidence of health insurance before they grant you the visa. You can find out …

Can you leave and re-enter Australia on a Tourist Visa?

In most instances, the answer is yes – you can leave and re-enter Australia while on a tourist visa. Obviously you will need to check your own visa grant letter to ensure that this is the case for you. You need to carefully check your visa grant letter to see the dates and conditions relevant to you. Alternatively, you can …

Australian visa: 3 months = How Many Days?

Most Australian visitor visas are issued with a 3 month stay period. So how many days can you actually stay in Australia at a time? It’s probably best to answer this question will a few examples of 3 months: If you arrive on 8 Jan, you will need to leave before 8 April If you arrive on 20 Sep, you …