Australian High Commission

Visas and migration

Transits through Australia

We are getting lots of questions around who is allowed to transit through Australia.

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The Department of Home Affairs (Home Affairs) in the Australian High Commission in Suva, Fiji has the responsibility for managing immigration and citizenship services in Fiji.

Home Affairs Suva also has the responsibility for visa and citizenship processing for Federated States of Micronesia, French Polynesia, Guam, Kiribati, Republic of Nauru, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niue, Northern Marianas, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Pitcairn Island, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands, Samoa, The Cook Islands, Tonga, Tokelau, Tuvalu, Wallis and Futuna  and Vanuatu.

You can lodge your application online or through TT Services.  Applications lodged online are generally processed more quickly.  

General enquiries

Home Affairs Suva will not answer general enquiries or give pre-lodgement advice on visa applications and Australian citizenship.

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Applying for a Visa to Australia

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Collection of biometric information
Most clients lodging a visa application for Australia in Fiji will need to attend a TT Services office in person to provide biometrics unless they are excluded or exempted from the Programme.


Additional information

If you wish to submit a compliment, complaint or general feedback about our service or you are unhappy with the decision made on your application you may contact the Home Affairs Global Feedback Unit.

Seasonal Worker Programme
Fiji is a participating country in the Australia's Government Seasonal Worker Programme.  Australian employers seeking to access seasonal workers from Fiji, or other participating countries should visit the Home Affairs Seasonal Worker Programme website. Fiji citizens seeking to participate as a seasonal worker should contact the Fijian Ministry for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations:

We strongly discourage clients engaging with agents who claim to be able to assist with lodgement or processing of these visas. If approached by an agent in relation to these visas, please advise the Australian High Commission by email: [email protected]. Please continue to check this website for any updates. 

Visa and migration scams

The Australian High Commission, Fiji is aware of a scam circulating on social media and the internet announcing visa free entry to Australia for Fiji nationals. This is untrue.  Australia maintains a universal visa regime whereby foreign nationals are required to obtain a visa prior to travel.

To ensure people are not stopped on departure from airports, we strongly recommend that potential travellers obtain information and assistance regarding visa applications from our Australian Visa Application Centre service provider TT Services

There have been previous incidents when scammers have targeted websites with false promises of jobs or travel to Australia. People who respond to such advertisement are then asked to pay for the Australian visa by lodging money into a bank account. No job exists and no visa application is lodged.

All Fijians should refer to the official website of the Australian High Commission, Fiji, for information relating to visas or future work opportunities.  Any suspected fraud should be reported to the Fiji Police Force, the Fiji Commerce Commission or the Australian High Commission, Fiji.

Any suspected fraud should be reported to the Fiji Police Force (any Police Station or to Totogo Police Station in Suva Phone: 3311 222), the Fiji Commerce Commission (Mr Joel Abraham Phone: 3372 178 or Mobile: 9996 759).


Check your current visa

Use Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) to check your existing visa details.

Contacting Us

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Updated March 2019

Home Affairs Suva will not answer general enquiries or give pre-lodgement advice on visa applications and Australian citizenship.