Different Types Of Australian Student Visas For International Students – PART 3
Visitor Visas – Subclass 600, 601, 651
Australia’s Visitor Visa, also known as the 600 Visa, is among the few visas that give you the opportunity to come to Australia to visit family or to spend time on a holiday. Other similar visas include the Electronic Travel Authority visa – Subclass 601 and the eVisitor – Subclass 651. Each of these visas is created for citizens from various countries. So be sure to verify the requirements for eligibility to know which one is applicable to you.
All of these visas allow you to study or get training for up to three months. Remember to check the specific conditions on the website of the Department of Home Affairs.
What is The Cost of The Australian Visitor Visa?
The cost for the Visitor Visa – subclass 600 starts from $370, there is a $20 service charge on the Electronic Travel Authority visa – Subclass 601, and the eVisitor – Subclass 651 is free of charge.
Student Guardian Visa – Subclass 590
If you are in Australia on a Student visa and are under the age of 18, or due to some exceptional circumstances, are older than 18, you can have your parent, relative, or custodian come to Australia to provide you with the care and support you need. The guardian must be older than 21 years of age. Through this visa, the parent or a guardian can provide care to more than one student, but they are not allowed to work during their stay.
What is The Cost of The Australian Student Guardian Visa?
The charges for the Student Guardian visa start from $630. Some additional costs for police certificates, biometrics and health checks can also apply.
How To Choose The Right Visa For You?
As a foreign student, some visas will not be relevant for you, like the Subclass 771 Visa, which is a Transit Visa. It’s essential to determine the appropriate visa according to your situation. This will be a time saviour during your visa application process and will also reduce delays in the visa processing. Do your proper research and take the necessary steps beforehand and you will be in Australia to start your new student life in no time.
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