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Old 08-21-2012, 07:52 PM
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Question eVisitor visa and onward travel

Hi

Beginning of August we have applied for de facto visa in London. My partner's work and travel visa for the UK is running out early November, so we're both going to Australia then.

Last night I have applied for the eVisitor visa and got it granted today!

I have a few questions and hope to get some help:

1) It says "Your eVisitor allows you to travel to and from Australia any number of times over the next 12 months. On each visit to Australia you can stay for a maximum of three (3) months." Does anyone know if this is 90 days or from 15th Nov until 15th Feb?

2) How long would I have to leave Australia for before returning?

3) How would I find out about the "No Further Stay Condition" I keep on reading about? Looks like people don't know they have this condition on their visa.

4) When I arrive in Australia, will I need to show proof of a return ticket or onward travel? I would like to get a one way ticket to Australia and then book a ticket to NZ or so depending on if de facto visa is being granted before the 3 months are over.

Thanks for the help!

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Old 08-21-2012, 09:40 PM
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Hi Blubb,

1.) Here is a quote from the immi website:
"Example: If you are granted a three month stay Tourist visa and arrive in Australia on 1 January 2007, you must leave on or before 1 April 2007."

2.) You just have to leave the country and you can basically come back on the next plane :-)

3.) Scroll all the way down of your eVisitor visa, you will find your conditions, they usually start with the number "8". if there is no "no further stay" condition mentioned you dont have one (I think its unusual to get this condition if you are from a low risk country)

4.) I have Never been checked for a return ticket, whenever I flew to AUstralia! But you can always say that you plan on travelling to NZ and you will book a flight once you are in Australia!

Hope that helps for now! Good luck!!

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