Dear Chebli ABIR
We have granted you a Visitor (subclass 600) visa on 17 April 2019.
Visitor (subclass 600):
8101 – No work
8201 – Maximum three months study
An explanation of each condition of this Visitor (subclass 600) visa is provided below.
You can check these conditions at any time by using the Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) service. The four-digit number presented next to each condition above is used in VEVO to identify each condition that applies to this Visitor (subclass 600) visa.
Visa duration and travel
Date of grant 17 April 2019
Must not arrive after 17 July 2019
Length of stay 3 month(s) from the date of arrival
Travel Single entry
Name Chebli ABIR
Date of birth 01 August 1968
Visa Visitor (subclass 600)
Date of grant 17 April 2019
Visa grant number 7539584731035
Passport (or other PR0195233
travel document) number
Passport (or other LEBANON
travel document) country
Application ID 955624798
Transaction reference number EGOLSWVQT1
Why keep this notice?
- Airlines might ask for details in this notice so they can carry out checks to allow you to board the plane.
- To access your visa record in VEVO.
Visitor (subclass 600) visa conditions No work (visa condition 8101)
This condition means that you must not work while you are in Australia.
Maximum three months study (visa condition 8201)
This condition means that you are only allowed to engage in up to but not exceeding three months of study or training while you are in Australia.
Information pack on domestic and family violence, sexual assault and forced marriage
The Australian Government has developed a family safety pack with information on Australia’s laws regarding domestic and family violence, sexual assault and forced marriage. The family safety pack also includes important information about essential services and emergency contacts in Australia. This information can be found at www.dss.gov.au/ familysafetypack
Entering or remaining in Australia is a privilege. You must obey the law and not engage in criminal activity.
Your visa may be cancelled for a number of reasons, including if you have a substantial criminal record or behave in a way that is a risk to somebody in the Australian community.
More information: immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-support/meeting-our-requirements/character
On 5 May 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) Director General declared the recent international spread of wild type polio virus to be a Public Health Emergency of International Concern under the International Health Regulations (IHR). Ten countries, listed below, have been identified as having suffered recent outbreaks of polio.
If you are from one of the countries listed below, or have spent 28 days or longer in these countries on or after 5 May 2014 we encourage you to have a polio vaccination before departing for Australia. Having the vaccination will also assist in eradicating the spread of polio.
To obtain maximum benefit in assisting with the eradication of the spread of polio, it is advisable to have the vaccination at least four weeks before your travel.
Countries: Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Somalia, Indonesia, Niger, Mozambique
More information is available from immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-support/meeting-our- requirements/health/threats-to-public-health#content-index-3
You are required to tell us about any changes to your details as soon as possible.
These changes may include your name, passport, contact details, address or family members.
If you do not notify us of your new details, this can have serious consequences for you.
More information: immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/change-in-situation
- Check your visa details in VEVO: www.homeaffairs.gov.au/vevo
- Update your details in ImmiAccount: www.homeaffairs.gov.au/immiaccount Learn about family safety: www.dss.gov.au/family-safety-pack
- Update your details (including passport): immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/change-in-situation
- More information: www.homeaffairs.gov.au
Position Number: 60020884 Department of Home Affairs
Sent on: 17 April 2019