In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, more and more countries are closing their borders or introducing strict travel restrictions, making international travel incredibly difficult.
The Australian Government will be closing Australia’s borders from 9pm on Friday 20 March 2020 to all temporary residents other than those who meet one of the exemptions below:
- New Zealand citizens usually resident in Australia – proof of residential address must be provided at entry
- The immediate family members of Australian citizens and permanent residents, defined as:
- Legal guardians
- Temporary Partner visa holders – not including Prospective Marriage visa holders
- Temporary Child visa holders (Subclass 445)
Limited international flights will remain available for Australian Citizens and Residents who wish to return to Australia. The government has raised all travel warnings to the highest level, advising Australians not to travel overseas at this time.
There are limited international flights available for Australian Citizens and Residents who wish to return to Australia. The Australian government has issued orders and warnings advising Australians no to travel abroad.
This is a very unusual circumstance that the whole world has found itself in. The Australian government like all other governments are trying to do their best to combat this crisis. Your employment conditions may change. If you are on a 482 visa and the business decides to let you go, you need to contact us immediately. We are here to help you through this difficult and challenging time.
We operate online and fully operational. We are still accepting clients, we conduct interviews online and accept all documents online via our secure portal. Feel free to email email@example.com or call us for immediate help. Please stay safe, take care and practice social distancing.
The team at Aussie Migration Services.