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Australia Visitor Visa for Peru citizens: Everything you need to know
8 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Planning a visit to Australia from Peru but concerned about the visa procedures? Fear not! This guide will explain all the details you need about the Australia Visitor Visa for Peruvian citizens.

Here at iVisa, our mission is to streamline your visa application process. We provide an accessible application platform, professional guidance, and a handy mobile app to make acquiring your Australian visa a breeze.

So, let's embark on this straightforward process together, saving you from any stress and allowing you to invest more time in envisioning your forthcoming Australian escapade rather than drowning in paperwork. We've got you covered!

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Do Peru citizens need an Australian visa to enter the country?

Yes, Peruvian citizens must have a travel visa to enter Australia. The specific type of visa you will need depends on the purpose of your visit (e.g., tourism, business, study, or work).

For general tourism or short business visits, the Australia Visitor Visa is the most common type of visa sought by Peruvian nationals. We can help you apply for it and advise you to start your application as early as possible to account for any unforeseen delays.

Types of Australian visas available for Peru citizens

Australia offers various types of visas for Peruvian citizens depending on their purpose of visit:

Visitor Visa (Subclass 600): This is the standard visa for tourists and business visitors. It allows you to visit Australia for up to 12 months for tourism or business purposes.

Work and Holiday Visa (Subclass 462): This visa allows young Peruvian citizens to combine holidays and work in Australia for up to a year.

Student Visa (Subclass 500): If you're planning to study in Australia, this is the visa you'll need. It allows you to stay in the country for the duration of your study program.

Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) Visa (Subclass 400): This temporary visa allows you to do short-term, highly specialized, non-ongoing work or participate in an event or events at the invitation of an Australian organization.

Business Visa (Subclass 188): This is for those willing to invest in or manage a business in Australia.

Remember, the visa you need depends on your circumstances, the purpose of your visit, and how long you plan to stay.

What is the Australian Visitor Visa?

The Australia Visitor Visa (Subclass 600) is a mandatory Multiple Entry visa needed for Peruvians intending to travel to Australia. This visa is a must if you're looking to explore Australia's stunning landscapes, take a leisurely cruise, or visit your friends and family Down Under.

In certain circumstances, Australian immigration authorities may request additional information via phone or an in-person interview.

Navigating the visa application process may seem daunting with its various steps, but we have simplified it. Our experienced agents will assist you every step of the way to minimize the risk of application rejection by the government.

Benefits of an Australia Visitor Visa for Peruvian travelers

An Australia Visitor Visa offers several benefits for Peruvian citizens:

Tourism: This visa lets you experience Australia's unique wildlife, natural beauty, and vibrant cities. You can visit popular tourist destinations like Sydney, Melbourne, and the Great Barrier Reef.

Visiting family and friends: If you have loved ones residing in Australia, this visa allows you to visit them for extended periods, helping to maintain those meaningful personal connections.

Business trips: If you're planning a short business visit, such as attending meetings, conferences, or training sessions, the Australia Visitor Visa covers you.

Study: The visa allows you to study for up to 3 months, offering a fantastic opportunity to enhance your skills with short courses or professional development programs.

Duration: The visa allows you to stay in Australia for up to 12 months, depending on your purpose and circumstances.

Multiple entries: Depending on the specific conditions of your visa, you may be granted multiple entries, allowing you to leave and re-enter Australia within the visa validity period.

Australian Visitor Visa requirements for Peruvians

Understanding the various requirements for obtaining your Visitor Visa to Australia is crucial before you embark on your journey. This section will guide you through the eligibility criteria, necessary documents, and financial requirements for Peruvian citizens.

Australia Visitor Visa: Eligibility criteria for Peru citizens

The critical eligibility criteria include:

  1. Purpose of visit: Your primary purpose must be tourism, visiting friends or family, or conducting short-term non-working business visits.

  2. Health and character: You must meet specific health and character requirements. This may involve undergoing health examinations and providing a police certificate.

  3. Genuine visitor: You must be genuine and intend to return home after your visit.

  4. Financial solvency: You should have access to sufficient funds to support yourself during your stay in Australia.

  5. Debts to the Australian government: You must have no outstanding debts to the Australian government or have arranged to repay any debts.

  6. Visa history: You must have complied with the conditions of previous Australian visas.

Australia Visitor Visa: Document requirements for Peru citizens

To apply for this Australian visa with us you will need these documents:

  • Valid passport showing your photo, personal details, issue and expiration dates, and the pages with immigration stamps.
  • A passport photo.

The Australian government may ask you for additional documents after you apply for a tourist visa, such as (but not limited to):

  • Documents proving you can support your trip during your stay, such as bank statements or financial assets.
  • Documents showing that you are employed or studying in your home country.
  • Travel itinerary or any evidence of planned tourism activities in Australia.
  • Letters from your relative or friend in Australia inviting you to visit.
  • A police certificate.
  • Birth certificate for applicants under 18 years of age.
  • Family register and composition form (if applicable).

Financial requirements for Peruvian citizens

You must demonstrate enough funds to support your stay in Australia. This may include:

  • Personal bank statements: Showing consistent income and savings.
  • Proof of employment: A letter from your employer confirming your employment and leave period, or if self-employed, business registration and financial documents.
  • Sponsorship: If someone sponsors your visit, they must provide evidence of their ability to support you.

Remember, each application is unique, and additional documents may be required.

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Australia Visitor Visa application process for Peruvians

Applying for a visa can often seem like a daunting task. Let’s break down the Australia Visitor Visa application process into simple, manageable steps to make it a stress-free experience.

To apply for your Australia tourist visa with us, you only need to follow these simple steps:

Step 1: Fill out your passport information and travel details on our website or our easy-to-use iVisa app and select where you want to have your visa appointment! Then, double-check the information and pay the visa processing fees with a debit or credit card or PayPal.

You will receive a confirmation email with additional instructions regarding your application and how to fill out the next part of it.

Step 2: Upload the supporting documents, complete the rest of the simple online application form, and submit it.

Our experts will then process your application and ensure it is 100% government-compliant. If there are any other requirements, we will email you. We will make an appointment at the Australian Embassy for you to provide your biometrics and undergo a medical exam. You will be emailed the date and time and a PDF manual explaining what you need to prepare for the appointment.

Step 3: Attend your visa appointment at the Australian Embassy or consulate.

Once your application is approved, your visa will be digitally linked to your passport.

Australia Visitor Visa processing time and fees for travelers from Peru

We offer citizens of Peru a standard processing time of up to 15 days for USD $299.99. There is also a government fee of USD $126.67, which you can pay through us.

The total visa application fee for the Australia Subclass 600 is USD $426.66.

Please note: We will review your application and submit it to the Australian government during our standard processing. Said processing does not include the government processing time, which differs per individual. About 90% of applicants get this visa in four months.

Tips for a successful application in Peru

To successfully apply for your Australia visa, we advise you to keep these tips in mind:

  • Begin early: Start your application process well before your intended travel date. This gives you ample time to gather the required documents and deal with unexpected delays.
  • Complete and accurate information: Ensure that all information provided is accurate and complete. Any discrepancies can lead to delays or denial.
  • Document clarity: Ensure all uploaded documents are clear and legible. Blurred or illegible documents may lead to unnecessary complications or delays.
  • Honesty is essential: Always be honest and transparent about your travel intentions. Concealing information could result in a visa refusal.
  • Preparation for interviews: Be prepared if you're called for an interview. Understand the purpose of your visit and be ready to explain it clearly.

Common reasons for visa refusals in Peru

Remember to avoid making the following common mistakes, which can lead to a visa application denial:

  • Insufficient information: Providing incomplete or vague information can result in a visa refusal.
  • Invalid passport: A passport that does not have at least six months validity could lead to a visa refusal.
  • Inadequate financial proof: Failure to provide proof of sufficient funds for the duration of the stay can be a common reason for refusal.
  • Lack of ties to home country: If the applicant cannot show strong links to Peru, such as a stable job, family, or property, it could lead to suspicions about their intentions to return, resulting in visa refusal.
  • Previous immigration violations: If the applicant has previously violated immigration laws, especially in Australia, this could lead to a visa refusal.

What to expect after submitting the Australia Visitor Visa application in Peru

Once you've submitted your Australia Visitor Visa application as a Peruvian citizen, here's what to expect:

  1. Application review: Your application will be reviewed by the Australian Department of Home Affairs. They will verify the information provided and assess your eligibility based on the requirements.

  2. Additional documentation: You may sometimes be asked to provide additional documentation or information. This could include further proof of your financial status, purpose of visit, or health and character checks.

  3. Visa decision: Once the review is completed you'll receive a decision on your visa application. This can be a visa grant, visa refusal, or a request for further information or documents.

At iVisa, we keep you updated throughout the process, alleviating any worries you may have. Rest assured; we're with you every step of the way on your journey to Australia.

Australia Visitor Visa approval and denial for Peru citizens

Once the decision is made, you will receive an email notification about the outcome of your visa application. If your visa is granted, the visa details will be electronically linked to your passport so that you won't receive a physical visa label.

If your visa application is denied, you will be notified with a letter explaining the reason for the refusal. It's crucial to understand that a visa denial isn't necessarily permanent; you may reapply, ensuring you address the reasons stated for the initial refusal in your new application. We can assist you in understanding the rejection and guide you through the reapplication process.

Need more info about the Visitor Visa application from Peru?

If you have another question about the Australia Visitor Visa or other travel documents, let our expert customer service team know via online chat or email at [email protected].

  • iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/
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