Visas

Australian Visa Categories

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What Australian Visa do you need?

Australia is a great place to live, work, study and visit. The amazing lifestyle and great employment opportunities make it the no.1 country to migrate to.

There are many different options of Australian Visa, whether you’re looking to live permanently or just want to enjoy a working holiday there’s a visa to suit you.

It is advised to speak to a reputable Visa agent such as Easivisa to gain further advice on what visa suits you best.

Click on the visa options below for more information.

 

Below are the different types of Australian Visa you can apply for to  Work in Australia

  • Temporary Work Visas – Including 457 Temporary work (skilled) updated,  417 Working Holiday 400 short stay & 401 Long stay
  • Sponsored/Nominated work visas – Including 186 Employer nomination scheme 190 skilled nominated 457 Temporary work (skilled)
  • Permanent work visa – Including 189 Skilled Sponsored 186 Employer nomination 887 Skilled Regional 890 Business Owner.
  • Visiting for Work Visas – Including 600 Visitor 601 Electronic Travel 651 eVisitor
  • Bridging Visas
  • Repealed or closed Visas – This list can change frequently so check regularly

 

Below are the different types of Australian Visa you can apply for to  Study In Australi

  • Student Visa – 500 Student visa includes the following Sectors: Schools, Independent ELICOS (learning English), Vocational Education and Training, Higher Education, Postgraduate Research, Non-Award and Foreign Affairs or Defence
  • Visas for looking after a student – 590 Student Guardian visa
  • Professional development Visas – 407 Training, 485 Temporary Graduate visa
  • Tourist Visa – you can study for up to 3 months
  • Working Holiday Visa (417) – you can study for up to 4 months
  • Repealed or closed visas – This list can change frequently so check regularly

 

Below are the different types of Australian Visa you can apply for to Visit Australia

  • Visitor Visas – Including 600 Visitor 601 Electronic Travel
  • Working Holiday Visas – Including 417 Working Holiday 462 Work and Holiday
  • Gap year/ Exchange visas – 416 Special Program 402 Training Research
  • Medical Treatment Visas – 602 Medical Treatment
  • Investor/Retirement Visas – 405 Investor Retirement 410 Retirement
  • Air and Sea Crew visas – 488 Superyacht Crew 942 Crew Travel Authority 988 Maritime Crew
  • Transit visas – 771 Transit visa
  • Repealed or closed visas – This list can change frequently so check regularly
  • Bridging Visa

 

Below are the different types of Australian Visa you can apply for to Live in Australia

  • Carer Visas – 116 & 836 Carer visas
  • Child Visas – Including 101 & 802 Child 445 Dependent child 102 Adoption
  • Parent Visas – Including 103 parent 804 Aged parent 143 Contributory parent 864 Contributory aged parent
  • Partner Visas – Including 801820 Partner 300 Prospective Marriage
  • Relative Visas – Including 115 & 835 Remaining Relative 114 & 838 Aged dependent relative
  • Refugee and humanitarian Visas – Including 200 Refugee 203 Emergency rescue
  • Resident or former resident visas – 151 Former Resident 155 – 157 Resident Return
  • Retirement Visas – 405 Investor 410 Retirement
  • Bridging Visas

 

Australian Citizenship
Becoming an Australian Citizen represents a commitment to Australia and its people. It gives you a sense of belonging because you can participate in all aspects of the Australian Life.

Visit the Australian Citizenship page for full information on applying for your citizenship, Citizenship ceremonies and information on why you should become an Australian Citizen and much more.

For more information on fees and charges for Australian visas and Citizenship and to download visa application forms click here