Donald Trump rode to victory in the US presidential election by pledging to “make America great again”. “We are going to fix our inner-cities and rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals. We are going to rebuild our infrastructure,” he said in claiming victory two weeks ago. While he is still only President in …
Q: Why do I need a visa to visit Australia?
A: All visitors to Australia require a visa other than Australian and New Zealand citizens.
Q: How do I apply for a visa?
A: To apply for a visitor visa you need to check the eligibility of your country of citizenship, the authorised for the list for the evisa is on the tourist visa page of our web site. If you are eligible to apply electronically you require your passport and a debit / credit card to pay the application fee.
If your country of passport isn’t on the list register for the not eligible we will guide you through the process.
Q: How long does the application process take?
A: Most evisas are issued within 24 hours however this isn’t a guarantee and we woulkd adive all applicants to allow at least a week incase of queries.
Other visa types depend on the individual circumstances.
Backpacker tax: Coalition settles on 15pc rate for working holiday-makers The furore over the backpacker tax could soon be over, with federal Treasurer Scott Morrison announcing the Coalition will compromise again on the rate, and push for 15 per cent. Key points: Treasurer Scott Morrison announces the Coalition will push for a 15 per cent …
A portrait of former governor-general Dame Quentin Bryce has been unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra, in recognition of her work in equality and human rights. The piece, painted by Queensland artist Michael Zavros, was commissioned by the gallery to recognise the prominent Australian. When the portrait was unveiled this morning at the …
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Sacked for tweeting remarks about Anzacs that are considered “inappropriate” and “disrespectful”? Let me try and put SBS sports journalist Scott McIntyre’s tweets in historical perspective. Over the Anzac Day weekend, McIntyre was fired from SBS for a series of tweets about the grimmer aspects of Australian military history. Read more