You may be granted a tourist visa or visitor visa to Australia under the following conditions:
If you are applying for a visitor visa to travel around the country, you will need to provide evidence that you have sufficient funds. For this, you will need to submit documents such as personal bank statements, audited accounts, pay slips or taxation records. In some cases, credit card limit is also accepted as evidence that you have sufficient funds.
If you are traveling to visit relatives or friends, you will be required to submit a formal letter of invitation from the relative or friend. The letter must be from an individual who lives in Australia. If your relative or friend is sponsoring your visit and stay they will be required to provide evidence that they have the funds to do so.
If you are applying for a tourist visa, you would need to submit your itinerary for the duration of our stay in Australia.
If you are below 18 years and traveling alone, you must have written parental permission as well as supporting documents to show that appropriate arrangement has been made with regards to your accommodation, general welfare and support during your visit to Australia.
You may also be required to provide documentation to show that you have every intention of returning to your home country before your visa expires. Evidence that is required for this purpose may include:
Making sure you meet all the eligibility criteria and have all of the necessary documentation is crucial to preventing your visa application being refused. At LIVV Immigration, we have several years of experience successfully helping our clients obtain visitor visas to Australia. Our migration agent will make sure that your documentation is in order and that your application is submitted in time for your travel plans. Call us today for a no-obligation consultation.