Austraaliaga viisavabadus alates 27.10.08

Täna avaldas Eesti Välisministeeriums järgmise pressiteate:

Eesti kodanikud ei vaja Austraaliasse reisimiseks viisat


Alates 27. oktoobrist võivad Eesti kodanikud sõita Austraaliasse äriasjus või turistidena viisata.

Välisminister Urmas Paeti sõnul on Austraalia Eesti kodanikele kindlasti huvipakkuv reisisiht ning viisavabadus hõlbustab sinna reisimist. „Viisanõude asendamine elektroonilise registreerimisega Austraaliasse sisenemise eel lihtsustab reisimist märgatavalt ja tuleb kindlasti kasuks ka kahe riigi vahelistele majanduskontaktidele,” ütles välisminister Paet.

Viisavabalt on 12-kuulise perioodi jooksul võimalik Austraaliasse siseneda mitmekordselt, igakordse riigis viibimise pikkus võib olla kuni kolm kuud.

Euroopa Liidu kodanikud peavad viisavabalt Austraaliasse sõitmiseks registreerima end elektroonilises reisisüsteemis eVisitors Service.

Registreerida soovitatakse vähemalt kaks nädalat enne reisi, registreerimine on tasuta.

Registreerida saab Austraalia immigratsiooni- ja kodakondsusameti kodulehe kaudu: http://www.immi.gov.au/e_visa/visitors.htm

Väga hea uudis kõigile lennupileti ostnutele ja ka potensiaalsetele reisijatele, sest suvi ootab seal alles ees! Siiski tundub, et vaja täita sarnane ankeet nagu ka usa puhul.

Aga külastustpikkus siis ainult kuni 3 kuud :)

Mida see siis ikkagi tähendab? Äriasjus ei tähenda ju seda, et seal töötada võid, või tähendab? Iseenesest on see hea uudis neile kellel mingisugune bisnisplaani alustamise mõte või kes lihtsalt turist. Oskab keegi äkki lähemalt kommenteerida?

Küsimus
kui ma lähen viisavabadusega turistina austraaliasse kas siis saab kohapeal WH viisat taotleda?

ei saa

Basic requirements

To be eligible, applicants need to meet the following requirements:
be outside Australia when applying (and when the visa is granted)
Note: Unless applying for a second visa, see 'Second Working Holiday visa'.

Kui minna Austraaliasse turismi viisaga, kas siis saab kohapeal skill working viisat teha?
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Trip.ee lisas suured algustähed!

Kui minna turismiviisaga, siis ei saa vt. http://www.immi.gov.au
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Trip.ee parandas postitust keeleliset!

(Vabandan ette, mul on inglisekeelse ''maping'uga'' klaviatuur)
Tuli reisipisik sisse ja taotlesin viisa Austraaliasse.Sain selle k2tte, eVisitor (turisti viisa), aasta ajase kehtivuse ning max. aeg korraga riigis viibida 3 kuud.
Nyyd uurisin ja taotlen hoopis WHM.
Tekkis pisike mure, sest viisa kirjelduses seisab selline tekst (WHM):
''However, if you hold a Working Holiday visa and are granted a Tourist (subclass 676) visa, the grant of the Tourist visa will cause the Working Holiday visa to cease, and you would not be entitled to a refund of the Working Holiday visa application charge.''

Seal kirjas muidugi, vastupidi.Aga ise pole kindel, saadsin meili eVisitoriga tegelevale osakonnale, vastuseks tuli plank.Enda kysimusele ma siiski vastust ei saanud.

Kuidas sellega siis on, kui mul on turisti viisa hetkel reaalselt olemas, aga ma tahan saada WHM viisat aastaks - kas ma pean k6igepealt eVisitori viisast loobuma?

Mul küsimus turisti viisa kohta, kas aastase kehtivusega turistiviisaga ei tohigi siis korraga aasta riigis olla?

Kas turisti viisaga sisenemisel peab olema kopsupilt??

Veelkord - turistiviisaga pole sul mingit röntgenit vaja teha.

Ma nii igaks juhuks küsiks veel korra.
Viisavabalt saab Austraaliasse aastaks ent kohapeal korraga saab viibida 3 kuud? Peale kolme kuud pead riigist lahkuma ja siis võid uuesti tulla kuni kolmeks kuuks?
Konsulaat teatas sellise küsimuse peale, et aasta jooksul võid kokku riigis viibida vaid 3 kuud mitte et iga kord peale sisenemist 3 kuud. Samas ülemisest jutust ja viisa taotlemise lehelt loeksin justkui midagi muud välja.
On siin äkki keegi, kes on ise eVisitorsi taotlenud ja teab täpselt kuidas asi käib?

Lähed nende lehele.
https://www.ecom.immi.gov.au/visas/app/uu/cs

Kirjutad sinna oma passiandmed ja vajutad [-> next] seni kuni kästakse sisestatut veel kord üle vaadata ja öeldakse, et oled valmis. Mingi kell tiksub taustal. Et pole mõtet vahepeal pooleli jätta ja telkarist rikkaid ja ilusaid vaatama minna.

Väga mugav oli.
Vastus tuli samal päeval. Praktiliselt kohe:

NOTIFICATION OF GRANT OF AN EVISITOR FOR TOURIST PURPOSES sinusalasõna9
Holiday, 33 Juula, 2009 12:06
From:
"eVisitor.Helpdesk@immi.gov.au"
Add sender to Contacts
To:
mikiHiir@uhhuu.com
Department of Immigration and Citizenship

THIS IS AN AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED E-MAIL. IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO RESPOND.

33 Juula 2009

IN REPLY PLEASE QUOTE:
Client Name Hiir Miki
Date of Birth 33/03/1343
Client ID 55551111863
Application ID 55551119999
Transaction Reference Number sinusalasõna9

Dear Hiir Miki

NOTIFICATION OF GRANT OF AN EVISITOR FOR TOURIST PURPOSES

This email refers to your application for an eVisitor, which was lodged electronically on 33 Juula 2009.

The department wishes to advise that a decision has been made on this application and you have been granted an eVisitor on 33 Juula 2009.

The eVisitor Grant Notice below contains important information about your eVisitor. You must comply with the conditions that apply to your eVisitor.

Please keep a copy of this email and the eVisitor Grant Notice for your reference.

QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR EVISITOR
General information on the eVisitor service can be found at www.immi.gov.au For specific queries or to provide information in relation to your eVisitor you can email eVisitor.Helpdesk@immi.gov.au

CHANGES TO YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES
It is important that you tell us about any changes to your circumstances including your name, passport, contact details or email address as soon as possible. You are required to do this in writing via email to: eVisitor.Helpdesk@immi.gov.au

Please make sure that you include your name, date of birth and Transaction Reference Number when you write to us.

YOUR INFORMATION - YOUR PRIVACY
The department respects your privacy. We are collecting your personal information for the purposes of making decisions under the Migration Act 1958 and the Migration Regulations 1994. We are aware that the way information about you is used and managed can affect your life. We recognise that it is important that the information we hold about you is up-to-date and relevant.

Australia's Privacy Act 1988 stops us from giving your information to others unless specific exceptions apply, for example, you agree to it, or where we are authorised or required by law to disclose it. You also need to be aware that we may disclose your personal information to other Commonwealth (and in some circumstances, state and territory) government agencies where there is a lawful basis for doing so.

There are separate laws relating to your personal identifiers. These laws set out the circumstances in which we can collect personal identifiers and who we can disclose them to. In most cases, the personal identifiers will be your photograph and signature. In some cases, however, we may require other personal identifiers, such as your fingerprints.

For more detailed information, you should read Form 993i Safeguarding your personal information and Form 1333i Your personal identifying information, available on our website or from any of our offices.

CLIENT SERVICE CHARTER
Our Client Service Charter explains our service commitment to you. We are committed to service delivery that is timely, open and accountable, and responsive to your needs. The Charter explains how you can help us and how you can provide feedback or make a complaint. You can read our Client Service Charter on our website, or in a printed copy available from any of our offices.

SERVICE SATISFACTION
The department remains committed to ensuring that all clients, both in Australia and overseas, receive not only fair and reasonable treatment, but also an efficient standard of service that is sensitive to each client's needs.

To provide a compliment, complaint or suggestion you can:

  • telephone the Global Feedback Unit (toll-free within Australia) on 13 31 77 during business hours
  • complete a feedback form online at www.immi.gov.au
  • write to the Manager, Global Feedback Unit, Reply Paid 241, Melbourne Vic 3001 Australia
  • contact us directly through any of our offices.

CONTACTING THE DEPARTMENT
You can contact us with a general enquiry in a number of ways including by email, through our website, by telephone through our Contact Centres or offices around the world, or in person. In Australia you can call 13 18 81 between 9 am and 4 pm Monday to Friday. Details on contacting our offices outside Australia are available on our website at www.immi.gov.au

Thank you for applying for an eVisitor. We hope you enjoy your stay in Australia.

Yours sincerely

eVisitor Global Processing Centre
Tasmania State Office
Department of Immigration and Citizenship

Email: eVisitor.Helpdesk@immi.gov.au

Facsimile (outside Australia): +61 3 6281 9553
Facsimile (within Australia): 03 6281 9553

EVISITOR GRANT NOTICE

This grant notice details important information, including your eVisitor grant number. This is the unique number assigned to your eVisitor. Please keep this eVisitor grant number with you for the validity of your eVisitor, as you may be asked for it.

EVISITOR GRANT NUMBER 2222500453333
AUTHORITY TO ENTER AUSTRALIA FROM 33 Juula 2009
AUTHORITY TO ENTER AUSTRALIA CEASES 33 Juula 2010
AUTHORITY TO STAY IN AUSTRALIA for a period of 3 Months
EVISITOR CONDITIONS 8101, 8201, 8527, 8528

ABOUT YOUR EVISITOR
You have been granted an eVisitor. Your eVisitor allows you to travel to and from Australia any number of times over the next 12 months. On each visit to Australia you can stay for a maximum of three (3) months.

It is important that you comply with the conditions that apply to your eVisitor and you must not enter Australia after the date your authority to enter Australia ceases.

EVIDENCE OF YOUR EVISITOR
You will not have an eVisitor label placed in your passport. Your eVisitor and passport details are electronically recorded. When you check in to fly to Australia, the airline staff will electronically confirm that you have authority to travel to Australia. You are not required to present this email in order to travel to, enter and remain in Australia. However, you may wish to keep a copy of this email with you for your reference.

You can access information about your eVisitor at any time using the Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) system. VEVO is a free internet service that allows you to view your eVisitor details online. Employers, banks and government services can check details about your eVisitor conditions on VEVO once they have your consent to do so. Go to www.immi.gov.au/e_visa/evo.htm and select the 'VEVO for visa holders' link to access your eVisitor information using VEVO. If you do not have
a VEVO password or need your password reset call 13 18 81 in Australia between 9 am and 4 pm Monday to Friday.

EVISITOR CONDITIONS
Your eVisitor has been granted subject to the conditions outlined below. It is important that you comply with these conditions. There may be serious consequences if you do not, including that your eVisitor may be cancelled and you may have to leave Australia. If you have any questions or concerns about your eVisitor conditions, please contact any of the department's offices for further information.
CONDITION 8101 - NO WORK
The holder must not engage in work in Australia. "Work" means an activity that, in Australia, normally attracts remuneration.

CONDITION 8201 - THREE (3) MONTH LIMIT ON STUDY AND TRAINING
While in Australia the holder must not engage for more than three (3) months, in any studies or training.

CONDITION 8527 - FREE FROM TUBERCULOSIS
The holder must be free from tuberculosis at the time of travel to, and entry into, Australia.

CONDITION 8528 - CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS: NOT SENTENCED TO PERIOD(S) OF 12 MONTHS OR MORE
The holder must not have one or more criminal convictions, for which the sentence or sentences (whether served or not) are for a total period of 12 months duration or more, at the time of travel to, and entry into, Australia.

PASSPORT
The eVisitor is linked to the passport number that you provided in your application. If you obtain a new passport after receiving this letter, you should advise the department of the new passport details by emailing eVisitor.Helpdesk@immi.gov.au If you do not provide us with the details of any new passport, you may experience significant delays at the airport and may be denied permission to board your plane to Australia.

eVisitor Global Processing Centre
Tasmania State Office
Department of Immigration and Citizenship