There are a variety of short-term visas which may fall under the Visitor Visa category. Learn more about them below:
Since not all of the above-mentioned visas have the same eligibility requirements, here are all the basic or common eligibility requirements you’ll have to meet for a Visitor Visa:
Health check-up documents
Visitor Visa (Subclass 600)
The 600 Visitor Visa allows holders to visit Australia for up to 3, 6 or 12 months for business or other eligible purposes. This visa further divides into two sub-classes:
eVisitor Visa (Subclass 651) – This is a free visa to those holding a passport from a specific country listed by the Department of Home Affairs
The Electronic Travel Authority (Subclass 601) – This is a travel visa offered to those holding a passport from a country listed by the Department of Home Affairs
Medical Treatment Visa (Subclass 602)
The 602 Medical Treatment Visa allows holders to visit Australia for:
Medical treatment or consultations
Carer responsibilities towards medical treatment of a 602 visa holder
To donate an organ
Investor Retirement Visa (Subclass 405)
The 405 Investor Retirement Visa allows financially capable retirees with no dependents to spend the rest of their retired lives in Australia.
Special Program Visa (Subclass 416)
The 416 Special Program Visa allows an approved special program sponsor to send invitations for participation in this program to overseas participants.
Transit Visa (Subclass 771)
The 771 Transit Visa allows you and your dependent children to make a connection in a foreign airport to reach your final destination country. It allows you to transit through Australia for up to 72 hours.