Australian Embassy
Greece
Bulgaria, Romania

Visas and migration

Visas, Immigration and Citizenship

Welcome to the website of the Visa Section of the Australian Embassy in Athens. We are an overseas office of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP). We provide visa information to clients usually resident in Greece.

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.

Where can I find information on visas and citizenship

You can find detailed information in English about Australian visas and citizenship on the Department’s main website at: www.border.gov.au

This website contains comprehensive information about visa types, eligibility, forms and how to apply and pay for a visa. To help you find the information you need quickly, go to the “Find a visa” button at www.border.gov.au to search for a visa that might be right for you.

How to apply for a visa

a)  Applying online for an electronic visa
Greek, Bulgarian and Romanian citizens (amongst many other European nationals) are eligible to apply for online visas. Some of the most popular electronic visa types are listed below.

  • eVisitor
    Electronic visa to visit Australia or for business visitor purposes for up to three months.
    There is no charge for an eVisitor online application.
    eVisitor (subclass 651)
  • Visitor e600 online
    This visa lets you visit Australia for tourist or business purposes for up to three, six, or 12 months.
    Visitor e600 online applications
  • Student visa online
    Depending on your nationality, and type of study, you may be eligible to apply for a student visa online.
    Student visa online applications

Lodging and completing your application electronically can save time and money and is the most popular application method for clients in Greece.

b)  Applying using paper applications
If you are unable or ineligible to complete an electronic application, you can download visa application forms from the Department’s website (www.border.gov.au) and send your paper application to one of our processing offices:

How to pay for a visa

Information on fees, charges and method of payment
 

How to contact us

Visa Section contact details

Visa information

Citizenship information

Be aware and protect yourself from migration fraud 

Keep yourself safe online by being aware of the ways people may try to take advantage of you or your situation. We also strongly urge anyone considering using the services of a migration website or agent to visit the DIBP website where consumer information is available: 

Migration fraud 

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