Qantas to Resume International Flights

Qantas to Resume International Flights

There are many things Australians and people around the world have missed out on since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, one of which is international travel. Qantas has announced it will re-commence international flights to select destinations from December 2021 for fully vaccinated travellers. Destinations will include countries that have high and increasing vaccination rates themselves.

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Changes to the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List

Changes to the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List

The Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) was first announced in September 2020. It was developed along with the National Skills Commission to ensure a small number of critical occupations are filled to aid Australia’s economic recovery from the impact of COVID-19.

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Subclass 482 Caveats

Subclass 482 Caveats

When it comes to the Subclass 482 Temporary Skills Shortage visa, 112 of the occupations listed have caveats attached which may affect some applicants.

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Covid-19 Vaccination and Travel Exemptions

Covid-19 Vaccination and Travel Exemptions

Depending on where you live in the world, being fully vaccinated can have different outcomes. For example, Canada will allow anyone who can prove they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 to enter without the need for quarantine. At this point in Australia, regardless of your vaccination status, you are required to quarantine for 14 days.

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Pillars of Relationship

Pillars of Relationship

When it comes to spousal visas, there are many factors that are considered in the application. The most crucial element is proof of an existing relationship. While marriage will help the spousal visa application, evidence to support the four pillars of relationship must be provided.

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International Students

International Students

International students are an important part of the Australian community. Since the beginning of the pandemic, international students have been unable to enter Australia to study or encouraged to return to their home country. When it comes to allowing international arrivals into Australia, international students are low on the priority list unless they fulfill certain criteria which will make them eligible for an individual travel exemption.

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