Visas for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 – Australia

 Are you visiting Australia and New Zealand for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015?

Information for visitors and tourists about visa and entry requirements to Australia.

Plus, if you get an Australian Visa, you may not need a New Zealand Visa during the ICC Cricket World Cup Trans-Tasman Agreement period.

If you are visiting Australia for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, you will need an Australian Visa.

The Australian Government uses an Advanced Passenger Processing (APP) system where airlines can verify a traveller’s visa status to Australia.  You must apply and be granted a visa to enter Australia in advance of your travel.  If you are not granted a visa, you will be denied boarding on your flight to Australia or denied immigration clearance at your arrival airport.

Do I need a visa to enter Australia?

All persons (except Australian Citizens and certain New Zealand Citizens) require a visa to enter Australia.  If you do not have a visa, you may be denied immigration clearance at your arriving airport.  Australian Customs and Border Protection staff undertake identity and immigration clearance verification of every passenger.

If you are visiting Australia for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, you can apply for a Visitor Visa.  If you hold a passport from an eligible country, you can also apply for an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA), Working Holiday Visa or Work and Holiday Visa.

When should I apply for my Visitor Visa for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015?

You should apply for your Visitor Visa well in advance of your intended travel.  You can specify your intended arrival date and exit date on your visa application.  Please ensure you notify your migration agent of your full itinerary.

>  Want to know how much it costs?  Submit an enquiry today.  Discounts apply for groups of 4 or more.  Universal Migration Advisory Services is a private immigration agency providing visa services to clients around the world.  Our staff are registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority.

The New Zealand Government and Australian Government have agreed that between 26 January – 5 April, holders of certain Australian Visas can access New Zealand without an additional visa if they meet Immigration New Zealand’s entry criteria.  This means you may only need one visa for both countries.  This includes the Visitor Visa (Subclass 600).