If you have one of these visas, you can come to Australia after December 1

If you have a valid and eligible visa to travel to Australia, you can come to Australia after December 1. On November 22, 2021, Australia announced a new travel arrangement for traveling Australia. From December 1, 2021, Australia would allow foreign travelers to enter Australia for a variety of purposes. Australian prime minister announced eligible visa holders do not need to apply for travel exemption to travel to Australia. Holidaymakers, international students, working visa holders, and many other visa holders could make a visit to Australia after the announced change come into effect on the 1st of December 2021.

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 How can you come to Australia?

After December 1, 2021, you can come to Australia if you hold an eligible visa, or you are granted any eligible visa to travel to Australia. To be eligible to make a trip to Australia you need to be fully vaccinated with Australia approved and recognized vaccine. Don’t worry many vaccines dosed over the world is on the recognized list. Another thing is you need to prove that you are fully vaccinated by producing an internationally accepted vaccine certificate.

Before boarding on plane, you need to complete an Australia travel declaration form at least 72 hours before the departure. And, you must have a negative pre-departure COVID-19 PCR Test report.

Visas eligible to come to Australia after December 1, 2021

Visa
Subclass 200 – Refugee visa
Subclass 201 – In-country Special Humanitarian visa
Subclass 202 – Global Special Humanitarian visa
Subclass 203 – Emergency Rescue visa
Subclass 204 – Woman at Risk visa
Subclass 300 – Prospective Marriage visa
Subclass 400 – Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) visa
Subclass 403 – Temporary Work (International Relations) visa (other streams, including Australian Agriculture Visa stream)
Subclass 407 – Training visa
Subclass 408 – Temporary Activity visa
Subclass 417 – Working Holiday visa
Subclass 449 – Humanitarian Stay (Temporary) visa
Subclass 457 – Temporary Work (Skilled) visa
Subclass 461 – New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship visa
Subclass 462 – Work and Holiday visa
Subclass 476 – Skilled – Recognised Graduate visa
Subclass 482 – Temporary Skill Shortage visa
Subclass 485 – Temporary Graduate visa
Subclass 489 – Skilled – Regional (Provisional) visa
Subclass 491 – Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa
Subclass 494 – Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa
Subclass 500 – Student visa
Subclass 580 – Student Guardian visa (closed to new applicants)
Subclass 590 – Student Guardian visa
Subclass 785 – Temporary Protection visa
Subclass 790 – Safe Haven Enterprise visa
Subclass 870 – Sponsored Parent (Temporary) visa
Subclass 988 – Maritime Crew visa

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Different State has different requirements

Different Australian states have placed different health orders and entry requirements. As of today, NSW, Victoria, and ACT have without quarantine entry facilities. You can check the state’s requirements by clicking here.

Just need to do these things

  1. Need to hold a valid visa that let you travel to Australia
  2. Vaccinated by TGA Approved or recognized vaccine
  3. International COVID Vaccination Certificate
  4. Need to fill Australia Travel Declaration before at least 72 hours
  5. Pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test with a negative outcome
  6. Check state requirement for quarantine
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