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  Attention: All information in this topic is to be taken as a guide only and may be outdated. The Department of Immigration of Australia, constantly modify and update the rules for most types of Visas. For actual and correct information, please consult the official website of the Department of Immigration.

For each country in the world, Australia has a different classification regarding the documents and procedure to obtain a Visa. This is due many matters, including international relations, agreements, and also how the nationals of A or B country have in the past behaved when in Australia.

 This classification is called "Assessment Level" by the Immigration Department and starts with "Level 1", which is the top level, or the one that requires fewer amount of documents to be presented to the Australian authorities. If your country being listed as "Level 1" , it will have easier to get the visa and even could to be granted online. By the other side, if listed in the "Level 4" , it is the one that requires more documents and proof of financial situation, besides many other requests. Nationals from countries "Level 1" are allowed to change the category of their Visas once in Australia without the need to leave the country.

  Well, due the fact that the Australian Immigration Department changes very often the classification of the countries, we will leave you the Link to obtain further information directly from the Department. Link to Assessment Levels 2013  ( PDF).  

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