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    1 . Australia E-visa offering to you

    Australia fully reopened international borders to vaccinated travelers, after nearly two years of being almost entirely closed. It’s an amazing time for tourists to return and hundreds of people were reunited with family and friends.
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    2 . Australia ready to welcome the world in 2020 – Official travel packages on sale now

    Australia is ready to welcome the world, with ticket-inclusive travel and...
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    3 . Upcoming Immigration Changes 2019

    2019 will see many changes introduced to the Australian Skilled (GSM) , Employer Sponsored visas (ENS) and Family Visa Program. The Migration updates and changes in 2019 page is updated on a regular basis.
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    4 . Australian visas: What’s changing from July 1

    From 1 July 2018, many governmental initiatives will be implemented which will deeply impact Australia’s migrant community
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    5 . Introduction of biometric collection for applicants in Afghanistan and Somalia

    ​From 20 August 2018, Australian Biometrics Collection Centres (ABCC) will commence collecting biometrics from visa applicants
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    6 . Changed location for Medical Treatment visa applications made in Australia

    ​From 28 August 2018, applications for Medical Treatment visas made by persons in Australia will need to be made by
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    7 . Statement regarding medical services provided by the Australian Government in Nauru

    The removal of Médecins Sans Frontières from Nauru is a matter for the Government of Nauru.
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