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After submission of the Form 1419 the applicant will receive an application ID and is instructed to search and view the application at http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa/Immi. Do you know where the applicant can enter the application ID to search? Does the applicant have to create an ImmiAccount and login to ImmiAccount before doing so? The applicant does not want to create the ImmiAccount but just wants to search the application by the application ID. How to do it? Thank you for your answer.

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After submission of the Form 1419 the applicant will receive an application ID and is instructed to search and view the application at http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa/Immi. Do you know where the applicant can enter the application ID to search? Does the applicant have to create an ImmiAccount and login to ImmiAccount before doing so? The applicant does not want to create the ImmiAccount but just wants to search the application by the application ID. How to do it? Thank you for your answer.

 

How was the application submitted?

 

Was it done online? Sent to the Australian Embassy, or lodged through VFS?


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How was the application submitted?

 

Was it done online? Sent to the Australian Embassy, or lodged through VFS?

By mail and lodged in the Australia Embassy. Then the applicant receives an acknowledgement from the embassy by the email and an application ID to search the application. Has anyone search the application by the application ID at http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa/Immi?

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By mail and lodged in the Australia Embassy. Then the applicant receives an acknowledgement from the embassy by the email and an application ID to search the application. Has anyone search the application by the application ID at http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa/Immi?

 

Compiler, am I correct that this is a visitor visa application lodged in Thailand?

 

If the application is sent directly to the Australian Embassy Bangkok, there is NO online tracking available. Applications sent directly to the Australian Embassy Bangkok are processed in around one month from date of application. The applicant will have to wait until the notice of determination is sent out in the mail.

 

If the application is lodged at the Australian Visa Application Centre in Bangkok, processing is around 10 full business days from date of application. The Australian Visa Application Centre provides online tracking, but the tracking only advises that the application has been received and when the application has been finalised. Again, applicant have to wait until they receive the notice of determination from the Australian Embassy Bangkok.

 

For applications submitted online, there is no progress tracking per se, applicants will be advised online of the notice of determination.


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Can you talk about how to use ImmiAccount at http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa/Immi?to search the application after submission. I am talking about the application lodged in the Australia embassy where the search available by the application ID.

 

Sorry Compiler,

 

I am a little confused.

 

Al I can tell you (based on years of doing applications for Thai's) applications sent to the Embassy cannot be tracked online. 

 

If you submitted by mail, then there is no tracking. 

 

I will stand corrected if someone can tell me how this is possible.


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Have you ever seen the applicant received an unique application ID after the submission of the application form? Have you ever used the ImmiAccount? If anyone knows it, please share how to use the ImmiAccount at http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa/Immi?

 

Compiler, you can post the link as many time as you like, the answer will still be the same. Applications submitted by mail cannot be tracked online. It simply doesnt exist. The applicant will not be notified of a unique application number. If an application is submitted online then the applicant will receive a unique application number.

 

I can more or less tell you what will happen. The application will sit in a very large pile for up to a month. I am not saying this to be smart, it is just a fact. Applications sent to the Australian Embassy Bangkok are processed in around a month, whereas applications lodged over the counter at the Australian Visa Application centre are processed in around 10 business days. You can find this information here: Visa Processing Times

 

Once the case officer finally picks up the application he or she will make an assessment and determination very quickly. This determination will be based on the application in front of them. Rarely will they contact an applicant for further information. The case officer will then prepare either a notification of visa grant or a notification of visa refusal.


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Please note that this posting is of a general nature only. It does not constitute legal or migration advice and may not apply to your particular circumstances.

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It took only two days to have the visa approved. The applicant requested multiple entry visa. The approved visa is valid for one year. Does it mean the applicant can enter the Australia for more than one times within one year or the entry is still one time only within one year?

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It took only two days to have the visa approved. The applicant requested multiple entry visa. The approved visa is valid for one year. Does it mean the applicant can enter the Australia for more than one times within one year or the entry is still one time only within one year?

 

Congratulations on a very speedy outcome.

 

Without seeing the actual visa grant notice, it is hard to comment.

 

The visa grant notice will provide the following information:

 

The usual conditions (must not work, must not study more than 3 months, and whether it is subject to Condition 8503) 

 

Whether the visa is for single entry or multiple entry

 

Maximum period of stay per entry (Note: If form high risk country and no medical requested/undertaken it will be 3 months)

 

The date the visa expires. This is the last day on which the visa holder can enter Australia on that visa.


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Congratulations on a very speedy outcome.

 

Without seeing the actual visa grant notice, it is hard to comment.

 

The visa grant notice will provide the following information:

 

The usual conditions (must not work, must not study more than 3 months, and whether it is subject to Condition 8503) 

 

Whether the visa is for single entry or multiple entry

 

Maximum period of stay per entry (Note: If form high risk country and no medical requested/undertaken it will be 3 months)

 

The date the visa expires. This is the last day on which the visa holder can enter Australia on that visa.

By the way, how long is the tourist visa validity usually granted?

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Usually 3 months from date of decision. That is, the applicant must enter by that date. Totally depends on the visa granted though. Just check all the details on the visa grant notice.

Can you tell the procedure at a port of entry when a tourist enters the Australia, just present a visa grant notification letter and the examiner will stamp the permitted length of stay on the passport or what else?

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