Once the application is under process and the applicant receives his/her tracking number, the Australia visa status can be easily tracked online. This facility is available on the official government website. For better understanding, the entire process of tracking the visa status is explained in detail below.
Procedure To Check Australia Visa Status Online
Step 1: Go to the Australian Government’s VEVO(Visa Entitlement Verification Online) homepage.
Step 2: Click on the button named “check your visa details with VEVO.” Upon clicking this, the enquiry screen opens up.
Step 3: Enter the TRN (Transaction Reference Number)/Visa Evidence Number/Visa Grant Number/Password in the field called “Reference Type.” These details must have been provided at the time of application processing and acknowledgment.
- The TRN is given when an applicant applies for his/her Australian Visa online. If the application is lodged via Immi Account, then the TRN is mentioned right there.
- Visa Evidence Number is mentioned on the visa label (if the applicant has one). But since the Australian government provides electronic visas or e-Visas, this label isn’t necessary.
- On the other hand, a Visa Grant Number is mentioned when the applicant receives a notification about receiving his/her visa successfully.
- A password is received from the government itself but can be acquired only if the applicant is in Australia and contacts the “General Enquiry Line.”
Step 4: Next, enter the date of birth, country of the passport, Immi card/passport number in the given fields.
Step 5: Ensure to read all the terms, conditions, and government policies carefully before agreeing on them. Once this is done, click on the checkbox to accept them.
Step 6: Before clicking the submit button, recheck the entered details. For some reasons, if an applicant has entered any wrong details, “clear” button can be clicked to begin the whole process gain.
Step 7: If all the details are entered correctly, click on the “submit” button. The VEVO copy can then be emailed, saved, or printed.
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