Information regarding Visas and Citizenship
The Australian Embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark does not process visa or citizenship applications for Australia. For clients resident in Denmark, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland or Norway visa processing is undertaken electronically through the online ‘eVisa’ service, or by processing centres in Australia, or by the immigration office at the Australian Embassy in Berlin, Germany.
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 unsuccessful.
Visas for Papua New Guinea (PNG)
The Australian government assists in the issuance of visas to citizens of countries where Papua New Guinea does not have representation. As there is no Papua New Guinean representation in Denmark, Norway or Iceland, visas can be issued at the Australian Embassy in Copenhagen.
Apply for a visa for Papua New Guinea at the Australian Embassy in Copenhagen
See: PNG Information
The Australian Government has announced it will enhance the way visa and citizenship services are delivered using the latest digital technologies. For more information visit the Department of Home Affairs website.
Please help the Australian Government improve its new Digital Assistant online chat for Visa and citizenship enquiries
We are currently trialling a new Digital Assistant online chat that will make it easier and faster to find answers to Australian visa and citizenship questions.
The Digital Assistant trial will be available on the Australian Government’s Immigration and Citizenship website pages (https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au) for approximately three months. You can open the Australian Visa and Citizenship Digital Assistant by clicking on the ‘Digital Assistant’ orange tab located at the bottom right hand side of the screen on our Immigration and Citizenship webpages.
We are asking for your help to improve the Digital Assistant by using it as much as possible throughout the trial for your Australian visa and citizenship questions, and sending any feedback you have on the Digital Assistant. Feedback can be provided by clicking on the blue feedback tab at the bottom of the screen.
For more information on our trial Digital Assistant go to www.homeaffairs.gov.au
New fees- as at 1 July
The Visa Application Charge for subclass 462 (Work and Holiday) visas will change on 1 July 2018 to AUD450. Please ensure your application is lodged with the sufficient payment to avoid applications being made invalid. For further information, please go to http://germany.embassy.gov.au/beln/Visas_and_Migration.html.
Planning a holiday in Australia?
If you hold a passport from the European Union, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland or Vatican City you can apply electronically free of charge for a visa to visit Australia for a holiday.
See: Holiday Visa Information (this link directs to our embassy in London)
See: Travelling to, entering and departing Australia (this link directs to our embassy in London)
Visa and Citizenship information
The Department of Home Affairs provides a website with information about Australian visas and citizenship. This information is available in English.
This website contains comprehensive information about the range of visa products, eligibility, forms, fees and application procedures. For most visa types there are checklists and step-by-step guides to help you make your application.
For a list of Frequently Asked Questions, please click here.
Immigration Office Berlin, Germany
The immigration office in Berlin processes the following visas for clients resident in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Sweden, Switzerland and Vatican City.
- Visitor visas (for passport holders who cannot apply online)
- Working Holiday Maker visas (for passport holders who cannot apply online)
- Short Stay Business visas (for passport holders who cannot apply online)
- Transit visa
- Student visas (for passport holders who cannot apply online)
- Temporary Work visas
- Resident Return visas
- Partner Migration
- Child Migration
- Other Family Migration
For further information please refer to the Berlin website: www.germany.embassy.gov.au/beln/Visas_and_Migration.html
Documents lodged at the Berlin office in languages other than English or German must be accompanied by an English translation. For further information on these requirements, please refer to the Berlin website: www.germany.embassy.gov.au/beln/Visas_and_Migration.html
Citizenship by Descent processing office London, UK
The immigration office in London processes citizenship by descent applications for clients resident in Andorra, Ascension Island, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faeroe Islands, Falkland Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Saint Helena, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, Vatican City.
For further information please refer to the London website: www.uk.embassy.gov.au/lhlh/immi_citz.html
To ensure you have the quickest, most efficient service the Department of Home Affairs encourages you to use the information already available on its website. The vast majority of queries are addressed there and that is the most effective way for you to get the information you require.
The Home Affairs website also contains a range of online tools that will help you find the information you need quickly and in line with your specified circumstances and needs. In some cases, you may be able to proceed directly to online application lodgement.
If after accessing the Home Affairs website you have further questions or require additional information, please click here for details on how to contact us.
Updated 16 December 2015