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HAWKE: Visa changes to support the reopening of Australia and our economic recovery - Fed Govt is making it easier for highly skilled migrants to remain in Australia and to continue working in critical sectors as economic recovery continues

Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alex Hawke said these measures recognise the contribution of skilled migrants who remained here during the COVID-19 pandemic and encourage them to stay in Australia.

“Eligible skilled workers, already in Australia, will continue to support local businesses facing critical shortages, particularly in health, hospitality and our regions,” Minister Hawke said.

“This recognises the economic value-add of these critical workers, and retaining them will greatly assist in Australia’s economic recovery.”

“The changes compliment the Government’s recent announcement that fully vaccinated eligible temporary and provisional visa holders may enter Australia without a travel exemption from 1 December 2021,” he said.

Source: Visa-changes-to-support-the-reopening-of-Australia-and-our-economic-recovery.pdf

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