You are in Australia and you want to apply for a new or a replacement ImmiCard. If you are applying for an ImmiCard, ensure you have read and meet the eligibility criteria before you apply. Ensure that you have all of the documents required, including your payment receipt if you are required to pay a fee. Read the instructions in this form via
How do I get an ImmiCard?
Who can get an ImmiCard?
An ImmiCard is issued to certain visa holders who don't have and can't obtain a passport recognised by the Australian Government. An ImmiCard assists visa holders to provide evidence of their Commencement of Identity (COI) in Australia. via
Is ImmiCard a travel document?
An Immicard is an official travel document that is issued to some visa holders in Australia who have passports that are not accepted by the Australian government or can't get acceptable passports. via
How can I check my visa status for Australia?
How much does an ImmiCard cost?
There is no fee for issuing ImmiCards to new humanitarian and protection visa holders if issued within 3 months from the grant of the visa. For other visa holders, there is a fee of AUD $100 for issuing a new or replacing the ImmiCard. The fee for replacing an ImmiCard due to loss, damage or expiry is AUD $30. via
Is ImmiCard same as visa?
An ImmiCard is given to visa holders who do not have and cannot obtain a passport from their home country. They last for 5 years and are not automatically renewed. You can use your current or expired Immi card to find your visa status in VEVO. via
How do I prove I am a permanent resident of Australia?
What if my ImmiCard expired?
If your ImmiCard has expired and you would prefer to have a new one, or if your current ImmiCard has been lost, stolen or damaged , you can apply for a replacement. There will be a fee for this ImmiCard. via
How do I update my ImmiCard?
Complete the ImmiCard amendment application form. Attach your scanned documents to the online application. If we agree to correct your details, we will cancel your old ImmiCard and ask you to return it to us. We will then issue you a new card with the correct details to your postal address. via
Who is eligible for travel document?
Lawful residents, asylees, refugees, asylum applicants and people who have applied for adjustment of status, need to apply for travel documents to travel internationally and to return to America. via
How long does it take to get a Refugee Travel Document?
To apply for a Refugee Travel Document, file Form I-131, Application for Travel Document. You should file a Form I-131 before you leave the United States and expect processing times of approximately three months. However, it may take longer. Expedited processing may be available for your situation. via
Can refugees get passports?
In most cases, a refugee or asylee may use the Refugee Travel Document for travel in place of a passport. The Refugee Travel Document is similar in appearance to a U.S. passport. How do I apply for a Refugee Travel Document? To apply for a Refugee Travel Document, file Form I-131, Application for Travel Document. via
How do I know my visa is approved?
How long do I have after my visa is granted before I can move to Australia?
This is almost always 12 months from the date of your police and medical checks. More often than not, this date cannot be changed. However, you can come and go, once you have validated your visa, by entering Australia after visa grant. Many applicants are already in Australia, so no specific date has to be met. via
Do I need ImmiCard?
is an official travel document that helps eligible visa holders to travel to and enter Australia for the first time. gives VEVO access to some permanent residents who last arrived in Australia before 1990 and who do not have an electronic visa record and can't get a passport. via
How do I get an Australian ID card?
How do I know my ImmiCard number?
Australian ImmiCard holders
Visa holders who do not hold a passport or a valid travel document may have been issued with an ImmiCard. The ImmiCard number is printed on the front of the ImmiCard and contains three letters (either EIS or PRE) and six numbers. via
How do I check my immigration status?
To check your immigration status online, go to the USCIS "Case Status Online" page and enter your receipt number. It's a good idea to also sign up for case updates from USCIS by creating an account (on the same page). Another important area of the USCIS website is the Check Case Processing Times page. via
What travel documents do I need for Australia?
You must have a valid U.S. passport and a visa or approved Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) to enter Australia. Most U.S. passport holders traveling to Australia for tourism or business purposes for less than 90 days can obtain an (ETA). via
What is Australian travel visa?
Visitor visa (subclass 600)
This visa allows you to visit Australia, either for tourism or business purposes, for up to three, six or 12 months. Applicants will have to pay a fee to submit their application. For more information visit the Department of Home Affairs website. via
Can I get Centrelink if I am a permanent resident?
However, for most Centrelink payments you must be a permanent resident and serve a waiting period. Anyone granted a permanent visa from 1 January 2019 must reside four years for to qualify for working-age benefits, and 1 to 2 years for other payments. via
How much does it cost for a New Zealander to become an Australian citizen?
When Australians arrive in New Zealand, they are granted permanent residency, can access welfare after two years, access student loans after three years and, after five years, pay just $480 to become citizens. via
How long does it take to get evidence of Australian citizenship?
If you have applied for Australian citizenship by descent, 90% of applications are processed within 6 months. If you have applied for Evidence of Australian citizenship, 90% of applications are processed within 28 days. via
What is VEVO immigration?
Our Visa Entitlement Verification Online system (VEVO) allows visa holders, employers, education providers and other organisations to check visa conditions. VEVO can only provide information about people who have their details available in our systems. via
What is evidence of resident status?
What is a Certificate of Evidence of Resident Status (CERS)? A CERS is documentary evidence of the date on which you were granted Australian permanent resident status. It is not an identity document. It can also confirm that you are not an Australian citizen. via
Does the applicant have evidence of their first arrival in Australia?
An photo ID issued in Australia like a driver's license or proof of age card. An active card verifying your identity like a Medicare card, concession card or bank or credit card. A minimum of 3 documents with dates showing you have been in Australia continuously since you first arrived. via
What is a descent certificate?
A certificate of registration by descent (RD) is issued by the Australian Government to a person who: was born outside Australia. has at least one parent who was an Australian citizen at the time of their birth. via
Who qualifies for advance parole?
Aliens in the United States may apply for Advance Parole if they have:
Can I travel outside US while waiting for green card?
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) does provide that immigrants may travel abroad while waiting on their Green Card, officially known as a Permanent Resident Card. In order to obtain Advance Parole, you must complete Form I-131—Application for Travel Document. via
What documents can I fly with?