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New Visa Charges from 1 July 2013
From 1 July 2013, new visa pricing arrangements will be introduced, changing visa applications charges from a single charge at the time of application to a charge per applicant in an individual or combined application. For details information, please see http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/new-visa-charges-1july2013/fact-sheet-clients.htm
Frequent asked Questions (FAQS) for clients can also see on this link.
Changes to Visitor, Business and Medical Treatment visas from 23 March 2013. New forms, checklists and changes to fees.
- Tourist visa (subclass 676) has been replaced by Visitor visa – Tourist Stream (subclass 600)
- Business visa (subclass 456) has been replaced by the Visitor visa – Business Visitor Stream (subclass 600) or Temporary Work (Short Stay Activity) visa (subclass 400) depending on the purpose of the visit
- Medical Treatment Short Stay visa (subclass 675) and Medical Treatment Long Stay (subclass 685) have been replaced by one visa – Medical Treatment visa (subclass 602)
Visa Fees changed as of 23 March 2013. The Current fees are on this website.
HEALTH CLEARANCES – Please note the average time for a health clearance to be processed once a medical check has been undertaken is:
The Immigration Section and the Australian Visa Application Centre will be closed in 2013 for the following days: 1 January (Tuesday), 24 January (Thursday), 29 March (Friday), 1 April (Monday), 9 May (Thursday), 6 June (Thursday), 8 August (Thursday), 9 August (Friday), 30 September (Monday), 15 October (Tuesday), 5 November (Tuesday), 24 December (Tuesday), 25 December (Wednesday) and 26 December (Thursday).
Emails: Please note that we are unable to accept emails with a total file size larger than 5mb. Under current arrangements, no notification will be generated for emails exceeding 5mb which are not successfully received. If you need to send large emails, please consider sending these as several, smaller documents, and another email informing the relevant area that the emails have been sent.
This website gives you information on how to apply for a visa in Indonesia - follow this Application Map:
- Read the information about applying from Indonesia
- complete the application form
- submit your application
- You may want more information about the process after you apply
If you have already read this information, you may wish to use these quick links:
- Application Fees
- Application Checklists (includes links to the application forms)
- How and where to submit your application
- Processing times
- Back to the Visas and Migration page