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  1. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    I have a friend who has got Australian PR 189 ( Husband + wife + daughter). Second kid (a boy) was born recently last year is having USA passport is not in the PR list. So they have got ETA for the second kid (the son) and are planning to travel to Australia in Jan 2020. Can they apply for...
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  2. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hello! I hope one of you amazing peeps can help me out. :) I applied for 189 on 20th Nov 2017 and received my Bridging Visa. However, because I was under Electronic Travel Authority (601 ) then, a tourist visa which lasts for 3 months everytime I enter Australia, my Bridging was not in effect...
  3. Articles: Americas
    People from Mexico will no longer need a visa to travel to Canada from next month and can now apply for an electronic travel authorisation (eTA) online. Mexico is the latest country to be included in the new eTA programme which means that citizens from authorised countries flying into Canada or...
  4. Articles: Americas
    The Canadian government has launched a new app that is says will help people arriving and visiting the country get real time information and reduce stress at international airports. According to Ministers the Travel Smart app gives people easy access to information on entry and exit...
  5. Canada Expat Forum for Expats Living in Canada
    I'm in the process of getting my eTA (Electronic Travel Authorisation) that everyone needs to travel into Canada from March this year. I'm having trouble trying to figure out what category to select to describe me - I will be travelling to the Montreal Port of Entry to collect my work permit so...
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    Officials in Canada have issued a reminder that from March 2016 visa-exempt foreign nationals who fly to or transit through Canada will need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). There are exceptions including citizens of the United States and travellers with a valid visa, but those who...
  7. Articles: Americas
    Canada has introduced a new entry requirement, known as an eTA, for visa-exempt foreign nationals entering the country by air which will become mandatory in 2016. There are, however, exceptions which include United States citizens and travellers with a valid visa but they will need to provide...
  8. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hey guys, I am outside of Australia at the moment but will be returning to Australia on 26/2/14. I currently have a student visa 573 which is about to expire on 15/3/14, however I am planning to stay back at Australia until late May (which is beyond the expiry date of my student visa) to...
  9. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hello. I had a Australian ETA visa for tourism that I extended onshore for another 3 months. Then I ran out of funds to fly out. Loaned the flight money to an Australian friend who repaid me too slowly so that by the time of departure I didn't have enough for the flight. Immigration graciously...
  10. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi I have applied for an 886 application in Nov last year, and my fried had applied for 886 in April last year. Is there a way to check, what applications are being processed by DIAC under 886, so that we can have an estimate of ETA? Regards Newbie
  11. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi all I know this has been asked alot but i've booked flights to Brisbane in just over week & have ETA visas for myself wife & 7 month old son for a 3 week trip staying with friends for a look around before deciding to emigrate...
  12. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    DIAC has introduced the new eVisitor visa for Business or Visitors from the EU nations. Here is the link for more information. This replaces the ETA for citizens from the EU nations. Link: eVisitor Eligible nations: Andorra Austria Belgium Bulgaria Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia...
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