Australia Visas

Washington Express Visas provides expedited Australia visa services to the Australian Embassy.

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Washington Express Visas offers same day pick-up and prompt, reliable Australian visa services. When others tell you it will take weeks to get your visa, call us and we can do it in mere days. We will walk you through the process step-by-step and immediately notify you if any problems or delays occur. Your documents can either be picked up and returned directly to your office, or you can send them to us via FedEx, UPS, etc. to our Processing Office.

For a U.S. citizen requesting an Australian Visa, we will need the following:

Our Processing & Filing Services (Disclaimer)

Washington Express Visas is an experienced visa & document processing provider. We can help you complete your application timely and accurately in order to avoid delays. We can also file & process your application for you for a fee. However, you can also fill out and submit your application for free (excluding embassy fees), by visiting the Australian Embassy website. Please note that we have no affiliation with any government embassy or agency.

The Australian Embassy only offer Electronic Visas. Please visit the Embassy Website for more information.

Australian Tourist Visa Documents:

Australian Business Visa Documents:

Embassy Processing Times and Fees:

See the Australian Embassy website for Consular fees and processing times.


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Forward Documents to:

Washington Express Visas
1001 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 710
Washington, D.C. 20036

We ask that you send the documents listed above via FedEx or UPS so the delivery can be tracked. Please call us at 202-393-3030 to let us know that your documents have been sent.

Additional Information:

Passport required.

  • Passport and/or passport replacing documents must be valid on arrival.
  • Visa required, except for Those holding an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) For details, click here for tourist or business travel, obtained prior to departure for Australia. An ETA may be issued to:
    – nationals of U.S.A.;

Visa Issuance:

  • Prior to arrival: Electronic Tourist Visa (e676): if such a visa is granted, the visa holder does not require a visa in his/her passport. This system is different from the ETA.

The following passengers can apply for a tourist visa on the Internet ( prior to travel:

  • nationals of U.S.A.;

Additional Information:

  • In general, Australia will accept other travel documents  issued by a recognised authority, provided  For details, click here
  • Passengers travelling on domestic sectors of international flights within Australia For details, click here


  • Non-compliance with entry regulations will result in a penalty of AUD 5,000.- for transporting airline.

Health Information

Australia (AU)Vaccination against Yellow Fever required (SEE NOTE 630) if arriving within 6 days after leaving or transiting countries with infected areas.
NOTE 630: Persons without a valid yellow fever certificate –if required – are subject to quarantine surveillance for a period expiring 6 days after leaving an infected area. They will be interviewed on their arrival by officers from the Australian Quarantine Inspection Service (AQIS) and will only be permitted to enter Australia if they agree in writing to notify the health authorities if they develop any symptom of yellow fever infection. Any person who is suspected or confirmed as having yellow fever may be placed under quarantine and provided with supportive treatment in a suitable medical facility. Quarantine costs will be charged to the delivering carrier who violates regulations. Doubtful cases should be referred to the Australian Department of Community Services and Health or one of its Medical Officers in London or other European capitals. If this is not practical, refer to the nearest Australian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate. Further infromation can be found on the relevant pages on the following website:

Exempt from Yellow Fever vaccination:

  • Transit passengers not leaving the airport.
  • Children under 1 year.
  • Not required for those not leaving the airport in the countries concerned.


  • Passengers suspected of suffering from a quarantinable disease may be also subject to isolation in a quarantine station.