Foreign nationals can now travel to see the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 live, thanks to the government of Australia’s decision to make the Temporary Activity visa available to visitors.
As a result, foreign nationals can obtain the Temporary Activity visa subclass 408 to travel to Australia for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
Applicants for the Temporary Activity visa should submit an online application while having a letter of endorsement from an accredited organization.
Click here to read more details about the eligibility criteria.
What’s important to note here is that foreign nationals are not allowed to indulge in business activities in Australia through the Temporary Activity visa unless it concerns the business specifically mentioned in their visa applications.
Plus, applicants must submit online applications for the Temporary Activity visa through the official website of the Department of Home Affairs.
Moreover, foreign nationals must acquire an Australian transit visa if they are going through Australia to another place to see the World Cup live.
Similarly, those travelling to New Zealand for the World Cup must obtain a New Zealand visitor visa.
Anyone interested in travelling to Australia for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 should submit their application for a visitor visa as soon as possible to have it delivered by July. Don’t forget, a foreign national will not be given entry into the country for the World Cup without a Temporary Activity visa or any other valid travel document.
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