Fast track processing does not affect the departments decisions on Visitor visa

Fast track processing does not affect the departments

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Fast-track processing does not affect the department’s decisions on Visitor visa applications. To be granted a Visitor visa, all visa applicants must meet the requirements in the Migration Act 1958and the Migration Regulations 1994. Visitor visa applicants who receive fast-track processing should wait until they are notified about the decision on their visa application before making travel arrangements (such as booking flights or hotel accommodation).Who can apply?Fast-track processing is available to eligible passport holders who apply for either the Tourist or Business Visitor stream of the Visitor visa (subclass 600).To apply for a Visitor visa in the Tourist stream, you must lodge form 1419 Application for a Visitor visa – Tourist streamor form 1419 CHS and pay the applicable visa application charge. To apply for a Visitor visa in the Business Visitor stream, you must lodge form 1415 Application for a Visitor visa – Business Visitor stream and pay the applicable visa application charge. Visitor visa application forms are available from the department’s website Important information about privacyYour personal information is protected by law, including the Privacy Act 1988. Important information about the collection, use and disclosure (to other agencies and third parties, including overseas entities) of your personal information,
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  • Summer '17
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  • Business, Credit card, stream, Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Visa Application, Visitor visa

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