You are able to apply for your tourist Australian ETA, The Electronic Travel Authority (Subclass 601) is for people intending to travel to Australia on a temporary basis for tourism or business purposes.
Tourist ETA – The Tourist ETA applies for travel for tourism only. Tourism includes holidays, recreation and visiting family and/or friends. It is valid for 1 year for multiple journeys of up to 3 months.
You are able to apply for your business Australian ETA, The Electronic Travel Authority (Subclass 601) is for people intending to travel to Australia on a temporary basis for tourism or business purposes.
Business ETA – The Business ETA applies to business purposes only. Business purposes may include attending a conference, negotiation or an exploratory business visit. It is valid for 1 year for multiple journeys of up to 3 months.
Visa exempt for a stay of up to eight hours. The traveler must:
Hold a passport valid for period of intended stay with one blank visa page
Show proof of sufficient funds
Show proof of onward/return airline tickets
Hold all documents required for the next destination
Hold visa for next country where applicable
Confirm with their airline that boarding will be permitted without a visa as these conditions are subject to change
Arrive and depart on the same calendar day if transiting at Cairns (CNS) or Sydney (SYD) airport
Arrive and depart on the same aircraft if transiting at Adelaide (ADL) airport
Not arrive at Gold Coast (OOL) airport as there are no transit facilities available.
SHORT TERM WORK VISA
For a Short Term Work Visa for Australia, the following documents are required:
Passport – standard passport, 6 months’ validity from date of entry required along with a minimum of two blank pages
Two (2) Passport Size Photos –No more than six (6) months old. Please note that no glasses are allowed unless it is prescription eyewear. Cannot be the same pictures previously used for passport services.
- Passport size (2×2 in)
- We suggest you follow the US Passport office guidelines: https://travel.state.gov/content/passports
Birth Certificate– a certified copy of the applicant’s birth certificate showing both parents names
Letter of Invitation– a letter of invitation from the company you are working within Australia. The letter must:
- Be on company headed paper
- Include the name of the applicant
- State the purpose of journey
- Be dated
- Bear the stamp of the inviting company
- Bear the signature and full printed name of the inviting party