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A visa is a document issued by a country's government allowing the holder to enter or to leave that country.

Section 68 of the Migration Act 1958 sets out when a visa is in effect: (1) Subject to subsection (2), a visa has effect as soon as it is granted. (2) A visa may provide that it comes into … effect at the beginning of a day, being a day after its grant: (a) specified in the visa; or (b) when an event, specified in the visa, happens. ... So unless otherwise specified in the visa grant notice, you can enter Australia immediately. …
answered Jul 1 '17 by k2moo4
Potentially. The "Before you apply" section of the eVisitor web site sets out the potential consequences of applying for an eVisitor visa while another visa is in effect: If you already hold … another visa If you already hold another visa and are then granted an eVisitor, the eVisitor could: be valid as soon as it is granted replace your existing visa. The eVisitor may …
answered Aug 29 '17 by k2moo4
Can you still lodge 417 working holidays application before your 458 has expired? The Department's page on the subclass 417 visa provides as follows: First Working Holiday visa: You must be … outside Australia when you apply for your first Working Holiday visa and when the visa is decided. Apart from that requirement, you can apply at any time. However, you should note that you can only …
answered Aug 1 '18 by k2moo4