If you’re stressing out on your work, then why not visit Australia and relieve all of it. This country is blessed with a lot of beautiful sceneries to look for. It has key cities which are Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Melbourne. When visiting these cities, you will experience something new in your lives that you didn’t have before. Aside from it, Australia is known for its tourist spots as the Harbour Bridge at Sydney, the Kakadu National park, the Red Centre that hosts the Uluru – a giant stone monolith, Darwin consisting of more than 50 ethnic groups, the Great Barrier Reef and many such destinations. Hence, the country offers great opportunities to refresh oneself, along with your main purpose of the visit.
- Original Passports with 6 Months Validity from date of travel. Old Passports if any. (Passport all pages photocopies and notarized required on each page).
- Visa Application Form.
- 2 Photos: 35 X 45mm, white background, matt finish 80% faces size.
- Covering letter mentioning details of applicants, passport details, travel details and who will bear expenses details. (If self employed required on company letterhead.)
- Pan Card or Adhaar Card Copy
- Income Tax / Form 16 for last 3 years.
- Original Bank statements for last 6 months with healthy and sufficient balance.
- Salary slips for last 3 months – if employed.
- Original Leave approval letter from company on company letterhead.
- Company registration proof e.g. Shop ACT, MOA etc – If Self Employed.
- If Student – Bonafide letter / ID card and NOC letter from School/College.
- If Retired – Retirement Proof.
- Other Financial Documents – Fixed Deposits, PPF, NSC, Shares, Mutual Funds, Property Papers etc.
- Hotel Bookings
- Air Tickets / Itinerary.
- Children under 18 must provide a notarized ‘no objection certificate’ from any no accompanying parent authorizing their travel to Australia along with copies of the parents’ passports.
- Where children are travelling or staying with non-relatives, provide the full name, nationality and the date of birth of the person the child will be staying or travelling with. A declaration of support signed by the person responsible for that child in Australia.