Visitor Visa Grant Rates by Country April to June 2018


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Visitor Visa Grant Rates by Country 2017-2018.

Visitor Visa grant rates vary depending on a few different factors.

The main factor is the country of origin, and the experiences of overstay and illegal working rates of nationals from those countries.  The higher the rate of illegal use of a visa, the lower the chance of getting a visitor visa grant from that country.

April to June 2018 Australian visitor visa grant rates.

During the April to June 2018 quarter, the visitor visa grant rates varied by visa type as shown below:

Tourist Visitor

99.9% ETA Tourist Stream Visa subclass 601. (1 in each 1,000 refused)
98.4% eVisitor Tourist Stream Visa subclass 651. (16 in each 1,000 refused)
89.9% Tourist Stream Visa subclass 600. (101 in each 1,000 refused)
70.5% Sponsored Tourist Stream Visa subclass 600. (295 in each 1,000 refused)


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Business Visitor

100% ETA Business Visa subclass 601. (None refused)
98.2% eVisitor Business Visa subclass 651. (18 in each 1,000 refused)
92.6% Business Visitor Visa subclass 600. (74 in each 1,000 refused)

Subclass 600 Visa Grant Rates by Country.

From the charts below you can see that the highest grant rate, during April 2018 to June 2018 was 99.8% from Japan, (for a standard Tourist Visitor visa subclass 600) and the lowest rate was 26% from Lebanon, (for a Sponsored Family Stream Visitor Visa subclass 600)

Source: www.homeaffairs.gov.au/…/visitor-visa-june-2018.pdf

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The information we give is based on personal experiences, reading and formulation of available statistics.
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