The Australian Tourist Visa (subclass 600) is available for duration’s of 3, 6 or 12 months, which can be issued either for single or multiple entry. Usually for the first Australian Tourist Visa application, the Australian Embassy in Bangkok would most likely issue a single entry three-month visa. Once the visa is obtained, the holder must enter Australia before the visa expires. The visa holder is entitled to stay in Australia for a full 3-month period regardless when the person arrives in the country as long as it is within the validity period of the Australian Tourist Visa. On first visit, it is important to stay as stated on the visa application as the intended date of stay.

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The Australian Tourist Visa allows a person to travel to Australia for leisure or recreation. Visitors with this type of visa may also study in Australia but is not allowed for employment. For those who wish to study in Australia for more than 4 weeks are required to take a chest x-ray. This type of visa can be extended if the holder has complied with all the previous conditions and still meet the eligibility requirements, provided that the “No Further Stay” condition is not stated on the original visa.

As visitors in Australia, Thai visa holders are not entitled to Medicare in the country. It is highly recommended to acquire a suitable travel insurance policy during the duration of stay in Australia. Also, being financially capable is a very important requirement in applying for the Australian Tourist Visa to make sure that the applicant has enough funds to support his or her stay in Australia. This requirement can be provided by the applicant or another person, wherein for the latter the income is usually considered rather than the assets.

In preparing for the Australian Tourist Visa application, always bear in mind two criteria: The officer processing the application will evaluate the paperwork thoroughly and will look for proof that will show that you will be leaving Australia at the end of the holiday or when the visa expires. The visa applicant should have access to supplemental funding to pay for the costs of the whole trip. Another way is by having an Australian sponsor provide the proof of funds. Failure to cover either or both requirement would most likely result to denial of visa application.

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