The Ivorian right-back updated his followers with a series of emojis: tick, followed by a series of fire icons, suggesting that he has received good news.
It was anticipated that Aurier would discover on Tuesday whether he has been granted a visa.
However, the visa application has become complicated by Aurier's assault conviction dating back to May a year ago.
The defender, who can operate at right-back as well as centre-back, is expected to sign a five-year contract with Tottenham in a deal worth 25 million euros (US$29.7 million), according to French daily L'Equipe.
The 24-year-old was handed a two-month suspended prison sentence in 2016 after being arrested for an altercation with police.
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He has since protested his innocence and appealed, but the outcome is not yet known and complicated his switch to North London.
Aurier missed PSG's Champions League trip to Arsenal last November as British authorities barred the Ivorian global from entering the United Kingdom after he was convicted for assaulting a police officer.