Why was the ETA system adopted?

Why was the ETA system adopted?

Why did Australia adopt the ETA system?
 
The Australian Department of Home Affairs (formerly Department of Immigration and Border Protection ) designed the ETA system in the ’90s to make international travel easier. Adopting the system allowed the country to maintain its universal visa system and at the same time making it easier for foreign citizens to enter the country.

Over the years, further studies proved that the ETA system is innovative and cost-efficient as it made visa issuance more effectual. It has become a crucial method to collect biographical information from travellers entering Australia, which is vital in making airport transactions faster and more seamless. The ETA is also essential in enhancing border and national security.
 
For more information, visit the Department of Home Affairs Website.

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