Whenever we plan a trip to abroad, we often list out a bunch of things of whatever we wish to do or see or eat in that particular place. The reason to visit a foreign land is to experience a different culture that you have never seen before. So if I ask you to pick out your favourite destinations spot abroad, what would it be? Now I don’t know about you but a lot of Indians like to visit Australia and I am definitely one of them too. There is an enormous list to the reasons why one would love to visit Australia, but given below are some of my favourite reasons:
- The great barrier reef
- Lush jungles
So i guess these many reasons are enough to make you want to go to Australia as well. But it is not that simple if one wants to go abroad. One would need an Australia visitor visa from India. So how does a visitor visa work? Or what is a visitor visa? The visitor visa lets you visit Australia for tourism or business visitor activities. Tourism includes holidays, refreshment and seeing family or friends. Business visitor activities include attending a conference, negotiation or an exploratory business visit. Visitor visa is for the short term entry of people for tourism or business occasions. Before applying, the applicants should decide the visa subclass under which they wish to lodge their visa application. The different categories catered are:
- Medical treatment
- Temporary work(short stay)
- Temporary resident
- Family- partner
- Family- child
- Family- other
- Resident return
- Citizenship by decent
- Australian declaratory visa
After deciding the sub category, let us talk about how to get an Australian tourist visa for Indian citizens. One needs to apply for the visa forms in order to a visitor visa to Australia. There are 3 main sub-classes when it comes to Australian visitor visa:
- Visitor visa (subclass 600) – provides visa for people travelling to Australia as a tourist, to see family or for business for up to 3,6 or 12 months
- Work and holiday visa (subclass 462) – provides information for young people between 18-30 who want to holiday and work in Australia for up to a year. To apply for this visa, one must hold a valid passport from an eligible country.
- Working holiday visa (subclass 417) – provides information for young people between 18-30 who want to holiday and work in Australia for up to a year. To apply for this visa, one must hold a valid passport from an eligible country.
So I hope after reading this article all your questions would have been answered as to how to apply for a visa for the Australian visitor visa. If Australia hasn’t been on your list to visit, I think you must add it right now and apply for a visa visit immediately. It would be worth it!