Do I need to apply for a visa if I want to travel to Australia?
Answer:To enter Australia, you will need to have a valid Visitor visa. Depending on your country of citizenship and your circumstances, there are a few different Visitor visas available for application.
My qualification does not match my work experience. Can I still apply for a visa to live and work in Australia?
Answer:In most cases, yes. However, it will depend on your qualification and work experience, as well as the criteria of the visa for which you want to apply.
If I am over 40 years of age with no English language knowledge, can I still apply for a visa to Australia?
Answer:That will depend on the type of visa for which you want to apply. Some visas have age restrictions, whereas some do not.
Until what age can I study in Australia?
Answer:There are no age restrictions for Student visas.
Can I apply for a Student visa if I want to study an English language course in Australia?
Answer:You can study an English language course for up to three (3) months on any visa. However, if you want to study English for a longer period, you will need to apply for a Student visa. With a Student visa, you will also be able to work for up to 40 hours per fortnight.
What is the difference between an Australian permanent resident and Australian citizen?
Answer:The main difference between being an Australian Permanent resident and an Australian citizen, is that the Australian citizen can apply for an Australian Passport and vote in a government election.
Australian permanent residents hold an Australian permanent visa with a travel facility for up to five (5) years. Then, if they leave Australia and want to return back to Australia, they’ll need to apply for a Resident Return visa.