Two countries one visa

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Planning a tour to Australia and New Zealand for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, you only need an Australian visa. As Australia and New Zealand are hosting the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, which is being staged between 14 February and 29 March 2015.

Under a New Trans-Tasman visa arrangement, eligible visitors will only need to apply for an Australian visa to travel to and between both countries for the period of 26 January and 5April 2015. New Zealand will permit a three month visa on arrival to visitors holding an eligible Australian visa for the entire span of the tournament.

The Trans-Tasman arrangement-

It is a special arrangement commenced for the people travelling to Australia and New Zealand for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 to apply for one visa for the purpose of transit to and between both countries. If you are already holding or granted an eligible Australian temporary visa you will be able to travel to New Zealand without applying for a New Zealand visa.

Both governments use a system called the Advance Passenger Processing (APP) system that allows airlines to regulate if a passenger holds a valid visa for the travel to the respective country. With this system, immigration New Zealand can diagnose if you carry a suitable Australian visa at the time you board the flight to New Zealand.

Everybody can validate which visa they are holding by using the Visa Entitlement Online (VEVO) tool.

Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) is s free online service that gives visa holders, employers and other registered organizations access to visa entitlements and status information 24hours a day.

To learn about the visa which you are holding or applying for is included in this arrangement one can check the subclass by using Eligible Visas for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 available on the Australian website. And frame the entire process contended and less time consuming.

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