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IANAL but: If your boyfriend had the appropriate driving licence and insurance to drive the car, whether through eg 3rd party cover on a private car via the owner’s insurance, or rental company insurance, and he has a) notified the owner and insurer/rental company of the incident; and b) exchanged contact and insurance details with the driver of the ...


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It'll depend on first, whether or not they raise an issue. If not, all good. If they do, however... Some countries work with each other if you've broken the law, so leaving may not help you avoid it, and may just make it worse for you. You'd also potentially have trouble if you ever wanted to come back to Australia. Also they can share the black mark ...


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When you apply for a Transit (subclass 771) visa, you will be required to provide confirmation of your inbound and outbound flights. These are the only documentary evidence where the visa officer can work out for how long you will be in Australia. Given these documents would show that the gap between arrival and departure is more than 72 hours, it will be ...


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Per the Australian embassy to the US, if you have criminal convictions, you will need to apply for a Subclass 600 Visitor visa: If you have had any criminal convictions in any country, you should obtain police checks and other relevant character documents then apply for a Visitor visa (subclass 600), rather than an ETA to be assessed against the ...


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You aren’t supposed to receive a reply, you need to log in to your ImmiAccount. As according to this SE question: According to the Australia Department of Immigration and Border Protection, you need to notify Australia of your new passport before you travel, even if you have a visa label in your old passport. Australian visas are linked to your passport ...


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Please don't do this. Uluru is sacred to the Pitjantjatjara Anangu. You wouldn't like if if some foreigner came to your country and started climbing up your sacred monument. Since there seems no other way to comment on the deletion of my answer: I did read Craig's (very recent) answer but didn't think it came over as a definite "don't do it" kind of ...


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As of October 26th 2019, it will not be possible to climb Uluru: In line with the agreed process in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Management Plan 2010-2020 and the wishes of traditional owners, the climb to the top of Uluru will close on 26 October 2019. https://www.environment.gov.au/mediarelease/uluru-climb-close


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Unlike other Australian visas, the ETA is not transferable to a new passport. If you get a new passport, you must apply for a new ETA with the new passport. You should also be aware that the six month passport validity rule does not apply to Australia; your passport only needs to be valid for the duration of your journey. This means you do not need a new ...


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The processing time starts from the day when the for was received. In this question the 4 weeks processing time in the answer is given after the form was received. Passport details may take time to be reflected: Your Form 929 has been processed and your details have been updated in the department’s systems. Please note that Passport changes may take 24-...


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You need a transit visa as Iran is not in this list of nationalities able to transit without a visa. (Source) Having completed the form on the Australian visa website, you do need a visa: (Source) As shown in the image, this is free, allows you to stay for up to 72 hours and usually processed within 19 days. You can read more details and apply here.


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You will need a transit visa and to re-check your luggage as your stay exceeds 8 hours: Transit visa. This visa lets people be in Australia for up to 72 hours before they must leave Australia. (Source) You can leave the airport: Any citizens who need to leave the airport transit lounge while passing through will need a valid Australia visa type. ...


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We can't interpret a particular web site's error message. I will say that when you try to check in online and it fails, sometimes that's because you can't check in at all and other times it's not. For example, you might need to show someone that you have a visa or some other minor thing.I've been unable to check in because I had SSSS, and because I was ...


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