New Australian Immigration Department Visa Fees 1st July 2016

Last Updated on Friday, 15 July 2016 02:10 Written by Australian Immigration Visas Friday, 15 July 2016 02:10

New Australian Immigration Department Visa Fees 1st July 2016

Applicant outside Australia

All charges shown below are in Australian Dollars.
Visa subclass Note Base application charge Non-internet application charge Additional applicant charge
18 and over Additional applicant charge under 18
Temporary Work (Short Stay Activity)
(Subclass 400) – all streams 9a $175 N/A $90 $45
Temporary Work (Long Stay Activity)
(Subclass 401) – All streams – $380 N/A $380 $95
Temporary Work (Long Stay Activity)
(Subclass 401) – Sport stream, Group Discount 9b $3800 N/A $380 $95
Temporary Work (International Relations)
(Subclass 403) – Government Agreement stream 9c $380 N/A nil nil
Temporary Work (International Relations)
(Subclass 403) – Foreign Government Agency stream 9c $380 N/A nil nil
Temporary Work (International Relations)
(Subclass 403) – Domestic Worker stream 9c $380 N/A N/A* N/A*
Temporary Work (International Relations)
(Subclass 403) – Privileges and Immunities stream – nil N/A nil nil
Special Program (Subclass 416)
Seasonal Worker Program – $365 N/A N/A* N/A*
Temporary Work (Entertainment) (Subclass 420) 9d $380 N/A $380 $95
Temporary Work (Entertainment) (Subclass 420)
Group Discount visa 9e $3800 N/A $380 $95
Temporary Work (Skilled) (Subclass 457) – $1060 N/A $1060 $265

Applicant in Australia
All charges shown below are in Australian Dollars.
Visa subclass Note Base application charge Non-internet application charge Additional applicant charge
18 and over Additional applicant charge under 18 Subsequent temporary application charge
Temporary Work (Long Stay Activity)
(Subclass 401) – All streams 9f $380 N/A $380 $95 $700
Temporary Work (International Relations)
(Subclass 403) – Government Agreement stream 9g $380 N/A nil nil N/A
Temporary Work (International Relations)
(Subclass 403) – Foreign Government Agency stream 9g $380 N/A nil nil N/A
Temporary Work (International Relations)
(Subclass 403) – Domestic Worker stream 9g $380 N/A N/A* N/A* N/A
Temporary Work (International Relations)
(Subclass 403) – Privileges and Immunities stream – nil N/A nil nil N/A
Temporary Work (Entertain-
ment) (Subclass 420) 9f $380 N/A $380 $95 $700
Temporary Work (Skilled) (Subclass 457) 9f $1060 N/A $1060 $265 $700

Temporary work sponsorship and nomination fees
Sponsorship

All charges shown below are in Australian Dollars.
Type of application Fee
Long Stay Activity sponsorship (Subclass 401) $420
Entertainment sponsorship (Subclass 420) $420
Special Program sponsorship (Subclass 416) $420
Temporary Work (Skilled) (Subclass 457) $420

Nomination
All charges shown below are in Australian Dollars.
Visa subclass Lodgement of applications Fee
Nomination for Temporary Work (Long Stay Activity) visa (Subclass 401) Where 1–20 nominations are lodged
(per nominated position) $170
Where 21 or more nominations are lodged together $3400
Nomination for Temporary Work (Entertainment) visa (Subclass 420) Where 1–20 nominations are lodged (per nominated position) $170
Where 21 or more nominations are lodged together $3400
Where the nominated position relates to an entertainer, or a person supporting an entertainer, who is performing in one or more engagements that are for non-profit purposes nil
Where the organisation identified in the nomination is funded wholly or in part by the Australian Government and has the approval of the Secretary of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection nil
Nomination for Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (Subclass 457) $330

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