From 1 December we can welcome back eligible visa holders

From 1 December 2021, eligible visa holders* will be able to come to Australia without needing to apply for a travel exemption. This is fantastic news for individuals who hold these visas and also for the large number of industries and education institutions who have been experiencing significant staff shortages and are reliant on overseas workers

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Quarantine-free entry into Australia for Singapore citizens

The Department of Home Affairs has announced that from 21 November 2021, Singapore citizens who are considered fully vaccinated with an approved and recognized vaccine, will be able to travel to participating States and Territories in Australia without quarantining or requiring a travel exemption.

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New Exemptions to Section 48 Bar

For those who have been subject to a Section 48 Bar in Australia, a new instrument was registered Friday 29 October 2021 which effectively amends the Migration Regulations 1994 to allow applicants who have been refused a visa or had a visa canceled and are prevented from applying in Australia (section 48 bar) but are unable to leave and apply from overseas due to COVID-19 related travel restrictions, to make applications in Australia.

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Australian Immigration Update

Jamie Lingham, CEO & Global Migration Leader, and Belinda Man, Immigration Director, provide an overview of recent trends and changes, impacts on the workforce, industries experiencing critical shortages, and what their outlook is for immigration in Australia.

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We welcome the news today that the Government has announced the ‘2021 Resident Visa’. This is a one-off visa, simplifying the pathway to residency for approximately 165,000 migrants who are currently in New Zealand.