Opening Our Borders

Opening Our Borders

Australian borders have been closed since March 2020. This is a long time in terms of being unable to travel for business or pleasure or when the impacts of a halt in the migration program are considered.

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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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Arriving in Australia in 2021

Arriving in Australia in 2021

Covid-19 has changed many aspects of life for everyone. The evolving state of the pandemic has meant that most industries have had to change the way they operate to adapt to the everchanging landscape.

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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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G2G Pass WA

G2G Pass WA

Western Australia has one of the strictest border closures in Australia. While travel within the regions of Western Australia is permitted, interstate travel is a little more problematic. Only those considered to be exempt travellers can enter Western Australia subject to terms and conditions, including a requirement to quarantine for 14 days. A G2G Pass allows travellers to enter Western Australia with more ease.

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Travel Exemptions for Manufacturers

Travel Exemptions for Manufacturers

Travel exemptions are available to manufacturers in critical sectors requiring overseas workers to fulfill roles here in Australia. With Australian borders closed and the Australian government’s pause on the Visa Waiver Program, some manufacturers have had difficulty in getting travel exemptions and visas for specialist skilled workers from overseas.

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