Australian Embassy
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Visas and migration

WHICH VISA SHOULD I APPLY FOR?

If you have any queries about the visa/subclass for which you can apply for, ‘Visa Finder ’ can help you find the Australian visa most likely to meet your specific circumstances. For full information please visit:
http://www.border.gov.au
For the full range of visa options along with checklists and information relating to each visa category, please visit: http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1

 

Student Visa Programme Changes

From 1 July 2016 all student visa applications must be lodged online through ImmiAccount.

Paper student visa applications lodged on or after 1 July 2016, including applications that were mailed to the Post prior to 1 July and received at the Post on or after 1 July, will be considered invalid and returned to the applicant together with payment of the student visa application charge.

For More Information about the new Student Visa Programme please click here.

VISA APPLICATION LODGEMENT FOR APPLICANTS RESIDING IN JORDAN, SYRIA and IRAQ 

Online Visa Applications
Certain visa applications should be lodged online and other visa application may be lodged online by creating your own ImmiAccount through the website at www.border.gov.au

For More Information about online Visa Applications please click here.
 

Paper-based visa applications:
If you do not have access to the internet, you can still make a paper visa application.

The process for lodging a paper-based visa application varies based on whether the applicant is residing in Jordan, Syria or Iraq.
 

APPLICANTS RESIDING IN JORDAN

All visa applicants must submit the correct form and fee when applying for a visa or Australian Citizenship. Forms are also available at the Australian Visa Application Centre (AVAC). Please see the link below for further information.

See: https://au.tlscontact.com

For full information on how to apply if you are residing in Jordan please click here.

 
APPLICANTS RESIDING IN IRAQ or  SYRIA 

Clients residing in Iraq and Syria do not need to travel to Jordan in order to lodge their visa application. Please refer to the link below for information regarding lodgement procedures:

For full information on how to apply if you are not residing in Jordan please click here

Important note:

Complete submissions of your application with ALL the requested documents will assist in efficient processing of your application.

You should not book flights or make travel commitments until you have a visa to travel to Australia. The department will not be liable for any financial loss incurred by clients whose visa application was finalised later than expected or where an application is unsuccessful. 

 
PROCESSING TIMES – OTHER APPLICATIONS

For processing times for other visa classes/categories please see link below "Processing time standards".
http://www.border.gov.au/AccessandAccountability/Pages/visa-processing-service-standards.aspx

 

MIGRATION FRAUD – VISA SCAMS

The Australian Embassy Amman is aware of several email scams targeting Syrian, Iraqi and Jordanian nationals, in addition to nationals from other countries.

For more information regarding visa scams please click here
  

AUSTRALIA’S VISA LABEL POLICY

The Australian Government does not require holders of Australian visas to have a visa label in their passport.

We electronically record all visas issued to non-citizens providing them permission to travel, enter and/or remain in Australia. This means that evidence of a visa grant in the form of a visa label is no longer routinely issued to visa holders. Instead, electronic visas are linked to a visa holder’s current passport which enables us to provide accurate, secure and real-time information about a visa holder’s visa details. It is also more secure than issuing a visa label as it reduces the risk of fraud.Having this electronic connection also enables online checking of visa details by visa holders, airlines, registered Australian organisations and Australian government agencies.
 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

For all frequently asked questions please click here
 

TRANSLATION SERVICES 
Translation offices and related companies are entitled to charge you a fee to assist with completing your application form. Please consider if you think the sum of money you are being requested to pay to complete your application form and any other services is reasonable.

Please be wary of companies that make unrealistic claims – “Your application cannot be refused for any reason”, “If we assist with your forms, you have a higher chance of success”, “If you do not pay me this additional money, you will be refused from entering Australia forever”.
 

CONTACT US

For enquiries about visas and migration, contact DIBP Amman on:
• Email: immigration.amman@dfat.gov.au
• Fax +962-6-580 7071/2