What you can do with this visa
- stay in Australia until the treatment plan or consultations are finished
- be granted single entry or multiple entries to Australia depending on your situation
- study for up to 3 months (or longer if you meet the exemption criteria)
How long you can stay
This is a temporary visa.
You can stay in Australia until the treatment plan or consultations are completed.
- Be in one of these situations
- Intend to have medical treatment or consultations in Australia
- Intend to donate an organ to someone in Australia
- Intend to support a patient or organ donor who holds or is applying for this visa
- Intend to receive an organ from someone who travels to Australia with you
- Intend to come to Australia under the arrangements between the Western Province of Papua New Guinea and the Queensland Department of Health
- Be in Australia, aged 50 years or older, been refused an Australian permanent visa on health grounds only and are unfit to depart Australia
- Not have a medical condition that could be a threat to public health.
- Arrange for payment of medical treatment
- Have enough money to support yourself while you are in Australia.
- Meet Health and Character requirements
- If you are in Australia, you must not hold, or the last substantive visa you held must not have been, a Temporary Work (International Relations) visa (subclass 403)
- Be a genuine visitor
- Pay your debts to the Australian government
Common Visa Conditions
8101 – No work
8201 – Maximum 3 months study
8503 – No further stay