What else will I need to make my application?

Written by  Annette Culley

As part of the migration process, there are several additional requirements that must be met during the immigration process. These requirements generally fall under four other catagories - adaquate travel documentation, health requirements, character and penal clearance and an Australian Values statement.

Travel DocumentsEveryone travelling to Australia must present a valid and approved travel document as evidence of their identity and nationality. The most common and preferred travel document is a passport, but other types of travel documents may also be accepted.

More information may be obtained from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship website

 

Health RequirementsIf you are planning to visit or live in Australia, and are not an Australian citizen or permanent resident, you must meet certain health requirements before a visa can be granted. This means that you may be asked to undergo a health examination.

Important: Most applicants for permanent visas, and temporary or provisional visas that lead to the grant of a permanent visa, are required to undergo health examinations for permanent entry to Australia. A successful health examination result does not mean that a visa will be granted. Costs associated with health examinations are the responsibility of the applicant.

More information may be obtained from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship website.

 

Character & Penal ClearanceFor the Australian Government to determine whether you are of good character, you may be asked to provide police certificates for each country you have lived in for 12 months or more over the last ten (10) years since turning 16.

More information may be obtained from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship website.

 

Australian Values statementFrom 15 October 2007, all applicants aged 18 years and over are required to sign a values statement when applying for selected visas. The statement requires applicants to confirm that they will respect the Australian way of life and obey the laws of Australia before being granted a visa.

More information may be obtained from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship website.

 

Annette Culley

Annette Culley

As Ozgo's Principal Migration Agent, Annette provides the cornerstone of the client application process. Annette's vast experience, knowledge and expertise in the Migration Law and Application process is second to none, delivering an impressive visa application success rate.





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