The Ivorian defender followed the official Spurs Twitter account hours after hinting with a tweet that his work permit application was accepted.
Aurier was given a two-month suspended jail sentence last year for assaulting a police officer, which led to the 24-year-old being banned from the UK to play for PSG in their Champions League clash with Arsenal last season.
However, the decision by the UK home office to today grant him a permit paves the way for his £23million move to North London to be finalised, after Spurs agreed a deal with Paris Saint-Germain some time ago.
PSG were initially reluctant to sanction his exit but the Ligue 1 giants eventually accepted his desire to leave.
Spurs are favourites to sign the right-back, but Manchester United and Chelsea could still hijack the deal, with both clubs showing an interest in the player during the summer.
Jose Mourinho’s side have reportedly been one of the front-runners to sign Aurier, who joined PSG in 2015 from Toulouse following a productive loan spell, although Chelsea entered the race earlier in the month with Antonio Conte desperately searching for reinforcements.
Elsewhere, Tottenham completed their third summer signing, with the £8m capture of central defender Juan Foyth from Estudiantes.