We currently only process Tourist and Business Visas. Kindly contact the Embassy for the following visa
If you wish to travel to Australia, you need to obtain a legal visa from its authorities. Based on your
of visit, Australia offers visas under eight categories:
1. Work Visa:
If you wish to obtain a Work Visa to Australia, there are two options:
Temporary Residence with work rights: This visa permits the applicants to stay and work in
for a maximum period of four years. It mainly depends on the employer sponsorship, which if approved
help you obtain your visa.
Working holidaymaker: If you wish to visit for recreational purposes, yet want to go for a
work; then you can opt for this kind of visa. This visa is applicable to the citizens of Korea, Canada,
Japan, Malta, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.
2. Temporary Entry Visa:
Occupational Trainee: Meant for people who wish to obtain training in relation to their history
Religious Worker: Meant for the religious workers like priests, ministers, and spiritual leaders
to the spiritual needs of people in Australia.
Domestic Worker (Overseas Executive): Temporary stay for any domestic staff in the cases where it
proved that the staff is needed for proper discharge of representational duties.
Domestic Worker (Diplomatic/ Consular): Temporary stay for consular staff and diplomats who have
posted to Australia on the advice of DFAT.
Public Lecturer: Temporary stay of subject experts or any professional lecturers who have been
to make public presentations.
Media and Film Staff: Temporary stay of staff members or correspondents of professional media in
who have been posted by overseas news organisations, television, film crews, and graphers.
Sport: Temporary stay of professional or amateur sports personalities to participate in
Entertainment: Temporary stay of people who are involved in a wide range of social and cultural
Visiting Academic: Temporary stay of any person who will involve in the sharing of research
Educational: Temporary stay for the staff of research institutions, educational institutions, or
organisations to enable teaching, research, or other academic positions.
Working Holiday: Temporary stay of young people who wish to experience Australia by holidaying and
an opportunity to work at the same time for income.
Special Program: Temporary stay of people for certain programs which have been approved to broaden
work experience and skills.
Foreign Government Agency: Temporary stay of foreign government officials to facilitate the
official business on behalf of the government.
Exchange: Temporary stay for skilled people who wish to work in Australia to widen their skills
experiences under some reciprocal arrangements that allow the Australian residents to avail similar