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澳大利亚、新西兰签证申请资料表 你计划赴澳洲的时间为: 年 月 日去, 年 月 日回。 你计划赴新西兰的日期为: 年 月 日去, 年 月 日回. 1. 申请人情况
| 姓 名 | | 部 门 | | 职 位 | |
| | | | | | |
| | | | | | |
| 目前住址 | | 邮 编 | |
|单位名称:(中文) |(英文) |
|单位地址: |邮 编 | |
|月 收 入: |您从 年 月入职于此公司 |准假天数 | |
|联系电话(含区号): |(家庭) |(单位) |单位负责人姓名 | |
|赴澳新费用 |公费 自费 |手机号码: |单位负责人电话 | |

2. 在澳大利亚或新西兰的联系人(若是子女、父母、兄弟、姐妹等直属关系一定要申报)
| 姓 名 |出生日期 |与申请人的关系 |是否澳洲或新西兰永久居民 |详细的住址和电话 |
| | | | | |
| | | | | |

(3)申请人家庭成员(请用正楷字详细填写)
| 姓 名 |关 系 |出生年、月、日 |婚姻状况 |曾否去过澳洲/新西兰 |目 前 住 址 |
| |父 亲 |/ / | | | |
| |母 亲 |/ / | | | |
| |兄/妹 |/ / | | | |
| |兄/妹 |/ / | | | |
| |兄/妹 |/ / | | | |
| |配 偶 |/ / | | | |
| |子/女 |/ / | | | |
| |子/女 |/ / | | | |

(4)你曾经申请赴澳或新签证吗? 否 ( ) 是( )(此项必须填写,包括曾被拒签的任何情况,并提供书面解释)
|申请日期 | 申请地点 | 获签或拒签 |签证类别(商务、探亲、旅游、留学等) | 出入澳洲日期 |出入新西兰日期 |
| | | | | | |
| | | | | | |

(5)你曾经去过哪些国家:_____________________________________________________________________
(6)你曾被哪个国家拒签过吗?如有,请说明:__________________________________________________
特 别 提 示: (签证所须资料附后)
1. 我公司受澳洲驻华使馆的委托,代理赴澳洲非移民签证业务,但没有最终决定发放签证的权力。
2. 如申请人不获得澳洲或新西兰签证时,本公司及澳纽领馆收取手续费澳洲¥1500,纽西兰¥1800。
3. 如申请人获得澳洲或新西兰签证后,本公司保留向申请人收取出团保证金¥60000或以上的权利。
4. 曾被任何国家拒签的申请人,请另纸说明拒签的原因。
5. 申请人所填写的内容及提供的资料应完全属实,否则,后果由申请人全—承担。
6. 申请人如获得签证后不参团,我公司会根据有关规定,部分或全部收取团费并取消签证。

本人已阅读并明白以上条款,并保证所填写的内容完全真实。 申请人签名: 日 期: 年 月 日 澳大利亚、新西兰旅游签证须知

| |有效护照(有效期最少有半年)、护照最后一页必须有申请人签名。 |
| |申请人在该公司的三张名片、三张二寸免冠彩色近照(照片背景颜色不限) |
| | |
|在职人员 | |
| |2.身份证、全家人户口本复印件,不是广东,云南,海南、广西、贵州、湖南、福建签发的护照,而在广东工作的申请人请提供有效期的广东暂住证复印 |
| |件 |
| |3.工作单位的在职证明两份(证明的内容包括:姓名、职位、何时进入目前单位、月薪及放假期限,并请用公司信笺打印后加盖公章、负责人签字)、 |
| |申请人工作单位的营业执照或事业单位法人代码证复印件。 |
| |4.银行存折复印件(余额为叁万元以上并有近几个月交易记录的活期存折,如工资发放存折等,申请人可提供多本存折),最好能同时提供房产证及汽 |
| |车行驶证等财产证明,如以上资金证明属于申请人的配偶,则需提供结婚证复印件。以上材料是为了证明申请人有能力支付旅游费用并在国内有很稳定 |
| |的生活。 |
| |5.若夫妇同时申请,如果户口本不能显示夫妻关系,则需提供结婚证复印件 |
| |1.有效护照(有效期最少有半年)、护照最后一页必须有申请人签名。三张二寸免冠彩色近照(照片背景颜色不限) |
|家庭主妇 | |
| |2.身份证、全家人户口本复印件,不是广东,云南,海南、广西、贵州、湖南、福建签发的护照,而在广东工作的申请人请提供有效期的广东暂住证复印 |
| |件 |
| |3.银行存折复印件(余额为叁万元以上并有近几个月交易记录的活期存折,可提供多本存折、财产越多越好),最好能同时提供房产证及汽车行驶证等 |
| |财产证明,如以上资金证明属于申请人的配偶,则需提供结婚证复印件。以上材料是为了证明申请人有能力支付旅游费用并在国内有很稳定的生活。 |
|退休人员 |1.有效护照(有效期最少有半年)、护照最后一页必须有申请人签名。三张二寸免冠彩色近照(照片背景颜色不限)、退休证复印件。 |
| |2.身份证、全家人户口本复印件,不是广东,云南,海南、广西、贵州、湖南、福建签发的护照,而在广东工作的申请人请提供有效期的广东暂住证复印 |
| |件 |
| |3.银行存折复印件(余额为叁万元以上并有近几个月交易记录的活期存折,可提供多本存折、财产越多越好),最好能同时提供房产证及汽车行驶证等 |
| |财产证明,如以上资金证明属于申请人的配偶,则需提供结婚证复印件。以上材料是为了证明申请人有能力支付旅游费用并在国内有很稳定的生活,如 |
| |果本人没有足够的财产,可以用子女的,但是必须有书面材料证明互相之间的关系,比如户口本、关系公证书等。 |
|无退休证之老人 |除了无须提供退休证外,提供与退休人员同样的资料.若已满70岁老人需要提供国际健康证(参团用),或者前往广州领事馆指定医院做体检(个人旅游|
| |用)。并提供保险(我社可以代买)。 |
| |1.有效护照(有效期最少有半年)、护照最后一页必须有申请人签名。三张二寸免冠彩色近照(照片背景颜色不限) |
|在校学生 | |
| |在校学生需提供出生证(需要显示父母名字)、学校放假信(必须用学校信笺打印并有公章及学校负责人或班主任签名、内容包含:姓名、所读年级、 |
| |放假日期便可)、学生证、身份证,若儿童只随父母其中一方赴、新旅游,未同行的一方需写一份授权书(样本由旅行社提供),同意其孩子随配偶外 |
| |出旅游,并提供不去的一方的身份证或护照复印件(必须是清晰的) |
| |财产方面:参照上面大人的,提供父母的便可。 |
|满70岁老人/个别学生|个别说明:1.已满18周岁的学生可以不提供出生证。2.如果是刚毕业的学生,则可以用毕业证书复印件代替学校证明。3. |
| |若已满75岁老人需要提供国际健康证(参团用),或者前往广州领事馆指定医院做体检(个人旅游用)。75岁以上还需要提供保险(我社可以代买)。 |

旅游签证以外的部分签证类别申请须知

(此“须知”同“旅游签证须知”同时使用)

一、商务签证(补充材料) 1. 澳洲公司的邀请涵(内容包括:申请人姓名、赴澳目的、在澳的每日行程安排、需约见的澳方人员的姓名、并说明由谁负责申请人的赴澳费用); 2. 申请人所在公司的英文派遣涵(内容包括:申请人姓名、所在公司的职位、月收入、赴澳目的、回国日期等); 3. 介绍申请人所在公司业务方面的宣传单张或宣传画册及公司向国家缴税证明等(如果有的话)。

二、家长申请前往澳洲或纽西兰探望在校子女之申请须知(补充材料): 1. 须提供在澳/纽子女护照第一页及留学签证页复印件; 2. 子女所在学校证明、或入学通知书复印件、在澳/新的详细住址及最直接的联系电话。 3. 子女关系公证书(需要中英文版)或有父母姓名显示的出生证(由在大陆父母提供),如果户口本可以清晰显示与父母之间关系的,则只需要提供户口本复印件。

超过75岁的老人申请澳洲签证时,需到领事馆指定医院做身体检查及提供在澳期间的医疗保险,该保险可由旅行社代理购买,费用自理。 超过70岁的老人申请新西兰短期旅游或者探亲签证,不需要做体检。…...

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