Revision history for australia


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Last edited on 2014-04-13 12:22:42 by alex
Additions:
**See:** Passenger cards
**See: ** Australian Declaratory Visa (ADV)
[[http://www.citizenship.gov.au Australian Citizenship]]
All travelers other than Australian and New Zealand citizens need to present the following documents to officers in immigration clearance:
Members of the Armed Forces of a country listed above who are **traveling on duty** do not need to obtain a visa prior to travelling to Australia if the following documents are provided to officers in immigration clearance:
Military personnel from other countries not mentioned above must obtain a visa prior to traveling to Australia and will need to present standard, non-military travel documents to officers in immigration clearance.
Civilian employees of Armed Forces from Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Singapore and the USA and who are **traveling for military purposes** do not require a visa if the following documents are provided to officers at immigration clearance:
**3. Partners or dependent relatives of members or civilian employees of specific Armed Forces**
Partners or dependent relatives of members or civilian employees of the Armed Forces of countries listed above who are accompanying or joining these Armed Forces members, do not require a visa if the following documents are provided to officers in immigration clearance:
A small number of travelers may have other types of travel documents which are also acceptable for travel to Australia. Holders of these documents will in most cases also require a visa.
The travel documents must be issued by a recognized authority and be acceptable for travel to Australia. The document must have a photograph of the bearer and provide the holder with a re-entry authority to the country of issue, or an entry authority to another country.
- Military documents for military personnel traveling by air (see ‘Documents for foreign military personnel traveling by air’ section above).
Deletions:
**See:** <a href="/managing-australias-borders/border-security/travel/passenger-cards/index.htm">Passenger cards</a>
**See: **<a href="#f">Australian Declaratory Visa (ADV)</a>
**See:**
<a href="/allforms/travel-documents/new-zealand.htm">New Zealand Citizens Entering Australia</a>
<a href="/managing-australias-borders/border-security/travel/passenger-cards/index.htm">Passenger cards</a>
<a href="/media/fact-sheets/17nz.htm">Fact Sheet 17</a> <em>New Zealanders in Australia</em>
<a href="/immigration.htm">Visas and Immigration</a>
<a href="http://www.citizenship.gov.au/">Australian Citizenship</a>
All travellers other than Australian and New Zealand citizens need to present the following documents to officers in immigration clearance:
**See:** <a href="/managing-australias-borders/border-security/travel/passenger-cards/index.htm">Passenger cards</a>
Members of the Armed Forces of a country listed above who are **travelling on duty** do not need to obtain a visa prior to travelling to Australia if the following documents are provided to officers in immigration clearance:
Military personnel from other countries not mentioned above must obtain a visa prior to travelling to Australia and will need to present standard, non-military travel documents to officers in immigration clearance.
**See:** <a href="#c">Travel documents required for all other travellers </a>
Civilian employees of Armed Forces from Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Singapore and the USA and who are **travelling for military purposes** do not require a visa if the following documents are provided to officers at immigration clearance:
**3. Partners or dependant relatives of members or civilian employees of specific Armed Forces**
Partners or dependant relatives of members or civilian employees of the Armed Forces of countries listed above who are accompanying or joining these Armed Forces members, do not require a visa if the following documents are provided to officers in immigration clearance:
A small number of travellers may have other types of travel documents which are also acceptable for travel to Australia. Holders of these documents will in most cases also require a visa.
The travel documents must be issued by a recognised authority and be acceptable for travel to Australia. The document must have a photograph of the bearer and provide the holder with a re-entry authority to the country of issue, or an entry authority to another country.
- Military documents for military personnel travelling by air (see ‘Documents for foreign military personnel travelling by air’ section above).
**See:**
<a href="/migrants/residents/index.htm">Returning Residents</a>


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