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As noted on the Department's web site on the Working Holiday visa: Stay longer on a visitor visa Generally we don't grant a visitor visa after you have been in Australia on a Work and Holiday visa. If you want to apply for a Visitor visa to stay longer in Australia and the Visitor visa would result in you staying longer than 12 consecutive ...


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I have used the Indian Pacific and the Ghan back in 2005. There have been some changes since, according to the site of the man in seat 61, so I checked the details to make sure I give you the right information. When I used it, I had a seat in a sit-up carriage, these days those are not sold anymore, so you will need to buy a more expensive ticket, which ...


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The item is not wood: there is no need to declare it. If you're stopped and asked about it, it should be no problem to explain that it's made of resin.


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Posters on https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowTopic-g255055-i120-k11842973-30_31_year_old_working_holiday_visa_417_query-Australia.html and https://www.outback-australia-travel-secrets.com/work-visa-for-30-year-old.html report having received 12 month visas at the age of 30


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Australia does not have a six month passport validity rule. Your passport only needs to be "current [and] valid" when you arrive, according to the Department of Home Affairs.


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How should I write that in the form? Should I write every country that I visited in Europe? or should I just write Europe? Neither Europe nor the Schengen Area are countries. You will need to list out every single country in the Schengen Area you have visited in the form. And how do I extend the form? The final page in Australian ...


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Yes, you can transfer an Australian visa to a new passport with a change of name. You can do so via ImmiAccount or Form 929 as set out on the Department's web site. In particular, the instructions to Form 929 provide the following: Change of name in passport Where a new passport has been issued with a new name, you should provide certified copies ...


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I'm going to assume you've applied online rather than at an embassy/consulate/visa office. If not, you should contact the place you submitted your application. You should be able to check your application status via ImmiAccount. The Australian Department of Home Affairs says: Check your application status If you applied online you can check your ...


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