Learn More: ETA
The Australia ETA, also known as the Australia e-Visa, is a travel authorization that permits certain travelers to enter Australia for business and tourist purposes. It is valid for one year after being issued and allows multiple entries with a maximum stay of 90 days Per Entry.
WHO CAN ENTER AUSTRALIA WITH THIS DOCUMENT
The Australian ETA is available to citizens of over 50 countries. See the FAQs below for full details.
OBTAIN THE AUSTRALIA ETA
To apply for the ETA, simply fill out the application with personal and travel details, and our team will take care of the rest. All travelers to Australia currently require a negative COVID PCR test result that was issued with 72 hours of departure to the country.
DISPLAY THE FORM
You’ll receive your ETA via email when it is completed. Although the ETA is linked to your passport, it’s recommended to print a hard copy to display to airport officials just in case.
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Required Documents to Apply
A current valid passport
A credit/debit card or a PayPal account
The Australian ETA visa is a Multiple Entry visa with a validity period of 1 year after issued, allowing a maximum stay of 90 days Per Entry.
You are permitted to stay beyond your visa's validity date, but not beyond the 90 days Per Entry
Your ETA does not allow you to work within Australia: it is intended only for business and tourist activity.
If you have a long name or multiple given names, only the first 24 letters will appear on your visa.
People with dual nationality should choose the nationality according to the passport to be used for the travel.
Your passport must be valid (not expired) when you board your flight and when you enter Australia. It must be an ordinary/regular passport.
Your ETA visa is electronically linked to your passport number. There is no stamp or label in your passport.
As the holder of a ETA, this visa allows you to stay for a maximum of 90 days Per Entry.
If you obtain a new passport for any reason, you will need to re-apply for a new Australian ETA.
The ETA visa is valid through to the expiration date listed on it, which is the last day you have the authority to enter Australia.
This expiration date of the Australian ETA will be either 1 year after issued, the expiration of your passport, or earlier if a current visa already exists in the immigration system. For example, if your ETA approval is in June 2018, but your passport expiration is in February 2019, your ETA will expire on the same date of your passport; otherwise it will expire in June 2019.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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We require the following to submit your application:
- A valid passport
- A credit/debit card and an email address for confirmation.
It depends on the method of processing time you choose. We offer three options:
- Standard processing: 24 hours - USD 20.00
- Rush processing: 4 hours - USD 50.00.
- Super rush processing: 1 hour - USD 70.00.
- You may not work.
- Your visit must be no longer than 3 months (per visit).
- You must not have tuberculosis (TB)
- You must not have any criminal convictions.
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