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Department of Home Affairs: Ukraine visa support

The Department is supporting Australia’s response to the ​crisis in Ukraine and is progressing visa applications from Ukrainian nationals as a priority, particularly for those with a connection to Australia. Since 23 February 2022, the Department has granted around 4,500, mostly temporary, visas to Ukrainians in Ukraine and hundreds more to Ukrainians … ...

Australia to reopen borders to international travel

Australia has announced the reopening of its borders to vaccinated tourists and other visa holders for the first time in almost two years. "If you're double vaccinated, we look forward to welcoming you back," Prime Minister Scott Morrison said. The reopening, on 21 February, will be welcome news for many … ...
Complete 820 Visa Checklist

The Complete 820 Visa Checklist [Infographic]

The Complete 820 Visa Checklist is the most up-to-date, easy to follow guide to give you the most important information you need to know to make a successful partner visa application! The partner visas covered in this infographic, the subclass 820 and subclass 801 visas, are usually the first choice … ...

WHO chief optimistic disease will be beaten in 2022

The World Health Organization (WHO) chief says he is optimistic that the coronavirus pandemic will be defeated in 2022, provided countries work together to contain its spread. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesu warned against "narrow nationalism and vaccine hoarding" in a new year statement. His comments come two years since the … ...

Queensland borders will reopen to interstate COVID-19 hotspots from next Monday

Queensland will open its borders to fully vaccinated travellers from interstate hotspots on 1:00am, Monday, December 13, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced. With 78.67 per cent of Queenslanders over the age of 16 fully vaccinated, the Premier confirmed the state would open up to hotspots before December 17 as initially planned. From next Monday, double-dosed travellers … ...

Queensland border open to fully vaccinated travellers

Queensland will now allow fully vaccinated interstate visitors to fly into the state, after the state reached the full-dose vaccination rate of 70 per cent. The changes took effect at 5pm on Monday 15 Nov 2021, with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announcing interstate visitors can enter the state if they can … ...

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