Online Applications and Services
Planned System Maintenance and Technical Issues
For detailed information about planned system maintenance or technical issues including known system errors.
See: Planned System Maintenance and Technical Issues
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You can attach documents to a lodged online application. Applications requiring documents to be attached are Employer Sponsored Workers, Professional and other Skilled Workers, Students, Tourists and Working Holiday.
You can access information about the progress of your online application at any time following lodgement. You will need to use your unique Transaction Reference Number (TRN) to do this.
Continue completing an online application.
Check your eligibility and apply for Australian citizenship.
For people who own and manage a business in Australia, or people who have a designated investment in an Australian state or territory and want to maintain business and/or investment activities in Australia.
You can access information about Electronic Travel Authority visas and locate assistance for technical issues with online applications.
For Australian businesses to sponsor temporary employees from outside Australia and for individuals to apply to be sponsored by an Australian business.
For Australian employers to nominate workers under the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) or the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) and individuals who have been nominated to apply.
A Maritime Crew visa is required by foreign crew of non-military ships visiting Australia.
General Skilled Migration applications for people who have an occupation required in Australia.
For Australian Permanent Residents to obtain a Resident Return visa.
For study in Australia, including permission to work and Graduate work visas.
A Superyacht Crew visa is required by crew of Superyachts working in Australia.
For visiting Australia for tourism or business purposes.
For registered Australian organisations to check a person's Australian immigration status and where eVisa holders can also check their own visa details.
The Working Holiday Program encourages cultural exchange and closer ties between arrangement countries by allowing young people to have an extended holiday supplemented by incidental employment – with special focus on Regional Australia.
Information about our online applications, services and technical support.
Find answers to the most frequently asked eVisa questions, including questions relating to error messages and lodging an application.