When it comes to moving to Australia, one of the most confusing aspects is the vast myriad of visa options you can choose as a basis for your Australia Visa application. One of these visa options is the Electronic Travel Authority ETA (Subclass 601) and to assist our visitors we have provided a high-level summary of this visa class below.
Electronic Travel Authority ETA (Subclass 601) Overview
The Electronic Travel Authority (Class UD) (Subclass 601) visa is for persons who wish to visit Australia temporarily as a tourist or to engage in business visitor activities such as attending a conference, attending a business meeting etc.
- You must be outside Australia, or in immigration clearance to lodge a valid visa application.
- This visa does not allow you to work in Australia or studying for more than 3 months.
- In general, this visa allows you to stay in Australia for up to 3 months.
Key Eligibility requirements
- You must be a citizen of a particular country. Eligible passports are prescribed by legislative instrument, read the complete list here.
- You must satisfy certain Public Interest criteria and Special Return criteria.
- You must meet health and character requirements.
Electronic Travel Authority ETA (Subclass 601) – Is this Visa type for you?
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Please note this is only a high level summary of the Electronic Travel Authority ETA (Subclass 601) visa
The above is not an exhaustive list of requirements for the Electronic Travel Authority ETA (Subclass 601). This content on this page is provided for Getting Down Under visitors as general information purposes only, it is not immigration advice and must not be construed as such. While due care has been taken to ensure that the content is kept-up-to-date and correct, the accuracy of the information cannot be guarantee due to the frequent changes in migration law. Please view our Disclaimer for more information. Post Last Updated: 2020-10-12 11:45:17