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This page provides information relating to the most frequently applied for visa categories from Vietnam. Please right click on the form name and choose "Save Target As" to download the form, or just click to open it.

Visa Category
Form/Information to Open or Download
General Information

Click to view Visa Application Charges Information

Visas and Immigration Information

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Please note that the checklists below must be read in conjunction with the Vietnam General Information sheet which provides details on lodging a visa application in Vietnam.

Health Requirement Information

Application Checklists

Consent to Obtain Personal Information

Visiting Australia

Visitor Visa (Subclass 600) Checklist

Medical Treatment Visa (Subclass 602) Checklist

 

Support for Tourist Visa Checklist

Click to view Vietnam General Information

Details of Relatives Form
Temporary Work Visa

Temporary Work Visa (Subclass 400) Checklist

Studying in Australia 

Student Visa Information

Vietnam General Information

Australian Student Visa Presentation June 2012

Understanding Course Packaging

Important Information For All Students:

Student Visa Requirements for Applicants From Vietnam:

Please download the relevant checklist and attach it to your application:

Important notes:

On 22 September 2011 the Australian Government announced significant changes to the Student visa program, arising from a comprehensive, independent review.

Stage One of the implementation of these changes came into effect on 5 November 2011.

It is proposed that Stage Two of the implementation will take place in time for second semester enrolments in 2012.

The majority of the stage two Knight Review changes commenced on 24 and 26 march 2012. This includes streamlined visa processing for certain university applicants from 24 March 2012. One stage two Knight Review changes are proposed to commence later in 2012 and in early 2013.

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Returning Residents
Medical Treatment Visas
Visiting Academics
The Electronic Travel Authority (ETA)

There is no application form to complete. The ETA is issued electronically upon presentation of a valid ETA-passport. No visa label will be put in your passport. On departure for Australia, airline staff will confirm that a valid visa for Australia is held. Note: ETA's are available free of charge by the airlines.

For more information about ETA visa procedures, please visit: Australian Electronic Travel Authority website

Partner Migration
Child Migration
Other Family Migration

This information is intended for applicants wishing to migrate to Australia as the Aged Dependent Relative, Last Remaining Relative, or Carer of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.  Applicants are encouraged to read  Booklet 4, Other Family Migration, which can be downloaded free of charge from the DIBP website.

For more information, please visit: Forms and Booklets

Skilled Migration

Australia's general skilled migration program targets people who are highly skilled, are under 45 years of age, have a high level of English language ability and who will quickly make a contribution to the Australian economy.  Information regarding migrating to Australia is available on the Department of Immigration and Border Protection main website.

Applicants are encouraged to read Booklet 6, General Skilled Migration which can be downloaded free of charge from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection main website.

For more information, please visit: Forms and Booklets

Australian Citizenship by Descent
Transit Visa
Religious Worker Visa
Additional Forms

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