Visa Fee Increase From July 2019

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June 2, 2019

From 1 July 2019 there will be an increase in visa application charges

The department of Home Affairs has announced that a 5.4 percent Visa Application Charges (VAC) increase in fees will apply to applications made on or after 1 July 2019 on most visa subclasses.

 

Visa Type

Current Fee

From 1 July 2019

Student $575 $606
General Skilled Migration $3,755 $3,958
Graduate Temporary Subclass 485 $1,535 $1,618
Partner $7,160 $7,547
Parent (Contributory) first instalment $340 to $3,855 $358 to $4,063
TSS – STSOL $1,175 $1,238
TSS – MLTSSL $2,455 $2,587
ENS/RSMS $3,755 $3,958
Business Migration $4,975 $4,975
Significant Investor Visa (SIV) $7,310 $7,705

 

The Second Visa Application charge for the Contributory Parent visa (143 visa) will remain the same.

The subclass 600 Visitor visa fee will also not be affected by the July increases.

Contact us at info@australiamigrate.com or 61 2 94116000 for detailed information.

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