Australian Borders Reopen
Australian Borders Reopen for International Students!
We are happy to announce that Australian borders will be reopened to eligible visa holders from December 1st after being locked out for almost two years due to COVID-19.
Prime Minister Morrison announced on Monday that a range of fully-vaccinated visa holders will no longer be required to obtain an exemption to travel into the country.
Those eligible for the rule change will include international students, skilled migrants, humanitarian as well as working holiday makers and provisional family visa holders. Morrison said their return marked an «important step» forward in Australia’s recovery.
«The return of skilled workers and students to Australia is a major milestone in our pathway back»
While Australia’s international borders have been open since the beginning of November, only fully vaccinated citizens, permanent residents and their families have been able to travel to the country without quarantining.
Under the new rules, the visa holders must have received a vaccine approved by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration and provide proof of their vaccination status.
They will also be required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of departure.
The visa holders will have to comply with the quarantine requirements in the state or territory upon their arrival.
Australia is closer than it has ever been in the past year and a half. Your journey to this beautiful country starts today! Contact us and live the experience!