Travel Exemptions – How They look in 2021

Travel Exemptions – How They look in 2021

Since their introduction in 2020, travel exemptions have undergone relevant changes to reflect the changing landscape as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The Impact of Lockdowns on Australia

The Impact of Lockdowns on Australia

Lockdowns impact various aspects of business. Regardless of industry, non-essential businesses had to close their doors during stage 4 lockdowns. Restaurants and cafes could only offer takeaway and delivery service and non-essential retailers were restricted to providing online shopping only.

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Travel Exemptions During Covid-19

Travel Exemptions During Covid-19

Current travel restrictions have not only put a halt on overseas holidays but it has also impacted those that are required to travel as part of their job. There are many jobs in Australia that can only be filled by people overseas who hold specialist skills and expertise, particularly in the mining, oil and gas industries. So, what happens if we need one of these overseas workers but current restrictions don’t allow overseas travel?

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When Should I Apply for a Visa?

When Should I Apply for a Visa?

Have you been wondering about the status of your visa, or whether the time is right to apply for a visa?

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Covid-19 Restrictions are Easing in Australia

Covid-19 Restrictions are Easing in Australia

The Federal Government’s easing of restrictions has been a source of joy for many. While Scott Morrison outlined the general plan, it has been at the discretion of each state premier to determine what restrictions can be eased in their state. In some cases, state borders have been closed which has presented a new set of challenges whether for local residents or those interstate.

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Subclass 408 - COVID-19 Stream Announced

Subclass 408 - COVID-19 Stream Announced

On the 3rd of April 2020, a new stream for the Subclass 408 (Temporary Activity Visa) was announced following the circumstances brought about by COVID-19.

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