Changes in Australian Visa Cost
Australian Department of Home Affairs made changes in visa
application cost-effective from 1st July 2021.
Likewise previous years, some changes will fix in the fee structure of
various visa subclasses that are essential to know before lodging your
file to the Department of Home Affairs.
In the last year, the visa application fee of Student visa subclass 500 was $620.00, which will be increased up to $630.00.
However, for subclass 485, an increase of $30 can be seen from $1650.00 to $1680.00.
For a tourist visa onshore, the new fee will be $370.00, which would be
a small hike from the previous fee structure, which was $365.00.
Similarly, the other visa categories fee has also revised, Visa subclass
491, the fee of $4115.00 since July 2021, from $4045.
Skilled independent Subclass 189 and Skilled Nominated Visa
Subclass 190, ENS Visa Subclass 186, the fee structure will also have
the same structure with an equal increase for visa application, $4045-
$4115, from 1st July 2021. A significant hike would be seen for AAT
Applications $1826-$3000, Citizenship $285-$490, Federal Court
The other visa categories, TSS Visa Subclass Short 482, will have an
increment of $25, accounted $1265-$1290. Lastly, for Partner Visa 309
and 820, the cost of lodging a file will be $7850, which was $7715 in
For any further enquiry about the Australian visa process, application
charges, and other details, please visit us at AEC GLOBAL, Suite 10,
Level 7, 2 Queen Street Melbourne, 3000 VIC Australia, or call us at
+61 (03) 7014 6424, or write us at email@example.com.
Our registered Migration Agent (MARN #1281745) has more than 8 years of experience in the Migration sector.
We will be happy to help you.