Australia Visa – How Do I Get An Australia Visa?

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

If you intend to travel to Australia, you will require a visa. Before embarking on a vacation to any part of the world, it’s usually a good idea to go over all of the official criteria to avoid any unneeded or unexpected delays. A tourist visa or a business visa will be necessary if you are a US citizen coming to Australia for any reason (depending on the nature of your trip).

Australian Visa -eVisa

However, one of the numerous advantages of traveling to Australia as a US citizen is that all visas are processed electronically. This means you don’t have to send any documents before they’re processed; all you have to do is fill out the proper application form online and pay a little processing charge.

However, you should still go over all of your existing paperwork to make sure they’re in order. Make sure your current US passport is valid for at least 90 days after your trip starts. Make sure your passport has at least two complete blank pages for any stamps that may be necessary when you enter the country.

Using expedited passport services is a good way to renew your existing passport, order blank passport pages, or perform other important tasks.

Information on Australia’s Embassies and Consulates

Embassy & Consulate Address Phone Number
Australia Embassy in Washington, DC 1601 Massachusetts Ave
DC NW 20036-2273
United States
Australia Consulate in Chicago, IL 123 North Wacker Drive Suite 1330
IL 60606
United States
Australia Consulate in NYC, NY 150 East 42nd Street, 34th Floor
NY 10017-5612
New York
United States

More information about Armenia

Capital Canberra is Australia’s capital, and Sydney is its largest city
Currency Australian Dollar (AUD)
Language English
Electricity 230 Volts, 50 Hz, Sockets: type 1
Country Code +61
Time Zone Various (UTC +8 to +10.5) Summer DST Various UTC=8
Find agency near you

Passport Agencies

What Documents Will I Need?

Passport Forms