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How To Travel Internationally

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How To Travel Internationally

Last Updated On: July 22, 2021 by admin

How To Travel Internationally
How To Travel Internationally
Last updated:July 21st, 2021 by admin

With Australian vaccination rates growing at a snail’s pace, there’s no set end date yet for international border closures. This means you still need a travel exemption to leave Australia if you’re an Australian citizen or a permanent resident.

Who is allowed to travel?

To be eligible, you must meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • your trip is for your business or employer
  • you need urgent medical treatment that is not available in Australia
  • you are traveling for a compelling reason for three months or longer
  • you are traveling on compassionate grounds

Alternatively, your travel must be in the national interest or part of the response to the COVID-19 outbreak, including the provision of aid. More information is available on the Department of Home Affairs’ travel website.

It’s your evidence that counts!

When applying for a travel exemption, the most important thing to remember is that you must prove you have a compelling reason to travel. The authorities will carefully assess your application based on the evidence you submit – so make sure your paperwork is in order. If your evidence is not in English, you will need a certified translation. Evidence may include:

  • passport/s
  • marriage certificate/s
  • birth certificate/s
  • death certificate/s
  • proof of relationship
  • documents showing that you are moving to another country on a long-term basis (e.g., leases, job offers, or evidence your goods are being transported)
  • proof of your current valid visa
  • a letter from a doctor or a hospital about your medical treatment/condition and why travel is necessary
  • a letter from your employer showing that you are traveling for a business reason
  • statement or evidence to show when you wish to return to Australia

How we can help you

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