Tourist Visa/Working Holiday Visa to Student Visa
Tourist Visa (subclass 600) update
Did you know there are 140% more visitor visas holders in Australia compared with the same time last year? Applications are also being approved in a third of the time.
Tourist Visa has multiple streams. With the right stream, an applicant may apply for a Student visa (subclass 500) while they are onshore. If you'd like to apply for Tourist Visa from offshore or, would like to apply for a Tourist visa for your family/friends from overseas, you can book a FREE WhatsApp (Call) consultation about Tourist Visa via this link:
Working Holiday Visa
Working Holiday Visa is for young adults who want an extended holiday and to work here to fund it.
Basic Eligibility for Working Holiday Visa:
Must be 18 to 30 years old (inclusive) - except for Canadian, French and Irish citizens, Danish (new inclusion), Italian (new inclusion) up to 35 (inclusive)
Must have a passport from an eligible country or jurisdiction
Must not be accompanied by dependent children
Read more about Working Holiday Visa here: https://www.racc.net.au/working-holiday-visa-australia
Tourist/Working Holiday Visa to Student Via conversion
We lately have a lot of student visa grants from applicants who switched to Student Visa from Tourist Visa.
We have multiple clients who received student Visa grants from Tourist visa within 1 day.
Read more about our success stories: https://www.racc.net.au/tourist-visa-to-student-visa-working-holiday-visa-to-tourist-visa
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Covid Visa (Subclass 408)
There are recent updates on Covid Visa, government has announced the COVID-19 Pandemic Event (subclass 408) visa with a 2-year stay period for TR 485 holder.
Temporary Graduate visa holders in Australia whose:
Visas expired or will expire between 1 September 2022 and 1 July 2023,
Or Temporary Graduate visa holders who were in Australia throughout the pandemic period and are therefore not eligible for the TGV Replacement stream
You must be working in Australia or have an offer of employment.
May be eligible for the COVID-19 Pandemic Event (subclass 408) visa with a 2-year stay period.
You must apply 90 days before your TGV expires, or 28 days after your TGV expires to be eligible for a Pandemic event visa.
If you are granted a 408 Pandemic Event visa, you will not be eligible to then apply separately for an extended TGV.
Who and What is this visa for?
Temporary Activity Visa (subclass 408) Visa is generally for Government endorsed and special events; the Australian Government however has declared COVID-19 as an event that could be considered under this Visa.
This is known as the COVID-19 Pandemic event visa.
Read more about Covid Visa: https://www.racc.net.au/covid-visa-408-visa-covid19-visa
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