(Subclass 300) – Travel Exemptions
The Department of Home Affairs announced last 18 August 2021 the updated travel restrictions and exemptions, which states that the Prospective Marriage (subclass 300) visa holders and those who applied for subclass 300 visas for at least twelve months before applying for travel exemption are NOW ELIGIBLE FOR TRAVEL EXEMPTION.
As per the Australian Border Force, the application for travel exemption application must be at least two weeks, but no more than two months of the planned travel.
The application must include:
- traveller details: name, date of birth, visa type and number, passport number
- proposed residential address and phone number in Australia
- your reasons for coming: why you should be granted an exemption
- a supporting statement: setting out how you meet one of the grounds for an exemption
- accompanying evidence
Origin Migration strongly advises that you made an application for at least two months to avoid an uncontrollable situation. Also, you must consider the country, local community restrictions, requirements and airlines from your point of departure and arrival when considering your travel date.
If your exemption application is NOT granted, you should cancel your travel plans to Australia since you are not be allowed to board a flight to Australia.
Moreover, suppose you need assistance to check your eligibility. We can help you as our in-house Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1387488) provides straightforward advice and the best visa options suited to your circumstance to avoid misleading information.
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