VISA Australia ETA - Insights eVisitor, ETA and Travel Issue

E-Visa Australia : insights on Visa eVisitor, ETA visa and travel issue

Liquids in your hand baggage

E-visa Australia liquids by air

Travel to Australia, transport of liquids in your hand baggage

Ten years has spent since very restrictive rules were introduced regarding the transport of liquids in hand baggage. There is still some confusion among travelers about the types of liquids and powders and the quantities that can be introduced in the carry-on baggage. Here is a practical guide to know what liquids can be carried in your hand baggage when you need to take a plane to and from Australian airports in general, with all exceptions. It is good to make a small premise: the rules relating to the transportation of liquids, for the most part, are common for all nations, except for some small differences, in relation to international flights.

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Is my E-visa connected to the passport

 e-visa-Australia-linked-to-passport

 Is ETA Australia or eVisitor Visa linked to the passport?

Customers often ask us how to check if their E-Visa Australia is attached to the passport or how to check if it has been officially approved. This site post answers the question clearly.

The E-Visa Australia  system has been designed to make application processing faster and easier.
ETA Australia or eVisitor visa applications are sent online and, once granted, the ETA visa is electronically linked to the applicant's passport. Since it is associated with your passport number there is no obligation to print the document. No other visa works like ETA.

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The requirement of the character

E visa Australia character

Fact Sheet - The requirement of the character

Do you have a valid e-Visa Australia? To enter in Australia, you must also satisfy the requirement of character.

Even if you have obtained the E-Visa Australia grant, there isn’t absolute certainty that you can enter in Australian territory.
Anyone wishing to enter or to stay in Australia must meet the Fact Sheet as set out in section 501 of the 1958 Migration Act. Came in and stay on Australian territory is a privilege and all (tourists, workers, sponsor of visa applicants for Australia) must meet the requirements of character, even if already holders of ETA visa or Visa eVisitor.

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Australian Customs - Goods to declare

Australia Visa Goods to declare

Australian Customs - List of goods to be declared

What you must declare before your arrival into Australia airport, if you have an ETA Visa or an eVisitor Visa for Australia?

Our website describe all the obligations that the traveller must respect when traveling to Australia. We suggest you to read our page "Australia Visa insights" to have a full picture of obligations that you must respect when you go to Australia.
Refers, also, to the activities held by the traveller, which must be declared in the Passenger Card and which will be listed below.

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Customs and Passenger Card

Australia Visa Customs

Australian Customs and Passenger Card

ETA visa or eVisitor visa for Australia (tourist or business) don’t guaranteed the entrance into Australian territory.

There are other variables to consider, such as the customs and passenger cards closely linked to one another.
Australian laws impose very strict rules on what can be introduced into the continent.
It is obvious that the Australian customs laws, as in all other countries, prohibit the importation of drugs, weapons and protected animals.
There are other goods which can’t be introduced in Australia or for witch the law imposes quantity limits.

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