All travellers (except Australian and New Zealand citizens) must have a valid visa before arriving in Australia. Please see below information in relation to applying for a visa to attend ISPRM 2024;
1. Register to attend the conference
Once you have registered and paid you will receive an acknowledgement letter that you can use with your visa application.
2. Apply for a visa at the Department of Home Affairs.
Use the Visa Finder to determine the right visa for you and follow the steps to apply for your visa.
Visa Frequently Asked Questions
Applying for an Australian Visa
Please use the Visa Finder to determine the right visa for you and follow the steps to apply for your visa. At a minimum, you should apply for your visa 6 weeks before your arrival date in Australia.
For information on visas to enter Australia, visitors should seek the most up-to-date information from Australian Government Department of Home Affairs.
Visa Invitation Letters
Visa invitation letters are automatically generated on completion and payment of your ISPRM registration.
As delegate passport information will be passed on to the Australian Department of Home Affairs as confirmation of attendance, we are unable to support delegates who have not completed payment first.
Visa Application Statuses
We, as the congress organisers, are unable to provide updates on the status of your visa application – this is strictly the role of the Australian Department of Home Affairs.
Additionally, we are also unable to impact or alter the outcomes of visa applications. You will need to contact the department of Home Affairs directly for an update on this information.
Should your visa application be refused, we will refund your registration costs less an AUD$250.00 administrative fee. Proof of refusal will be required, and all refunds will be processed post-congress.