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How visa will be stamped on passport

MysticRiver

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Really? Nowadays it's eletronically generated. Unless you want to pay $75 (I guess) to have a beautiful stamp on your passport. But again, you do not have to send by mail your passport!!
Unlike some very nice Visa stamps. this stamp is not that beautiful as well, you won't recognize it as a Visa stamp at first look :) :)
 

SHAHID ALI

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Thank you Marcos and MysticRiver. Could you please share the steps after grant of Visa and before entering Australia? For example, which milestone comes first whether its accomodation, booking air line ticket, health insurance, polio vaccinations?

And what other documents will be required for immigration?
 

MysticRiver

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Ticket and accommodation ... rest you can do once you reach in Aus.

For immigration in Australia, all you need to have your passport with you, nothing else. I would recommend you to have one printed copy of your grant letter with you anyway, but 99.99% chance that you won't need to show that at immigration (only except if for some reason your visa record has some issues in their system, which is something I have never heard of).

For the immigration of your departing country, they however might want to see the grant letter, as you don't have any stamp on your Passport.
 
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