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    491 visa and coronavirus

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    491 visa and coronavirus

    People that have already been granted visas are ok.
  3. kimboslice

    491 visa and coronavirus

    https://www.workvisalawyers.com.au/news/all/gsm-closed-indefinitely.html not good news
  4. If your citizens you can travel can’t you ?
  5. Can you enter Australia on a 491 visa, it was granted in January
  6. What was the actual date you booked your flight, there is a cut off point. If you booked before midnight on the 17th June it’s free, if you booked after that you have to pay
  7. http://www.sbs.com.au/news/how-long-will-australians-have-to-wait-to-travel-overseas-again
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    Quarantine in Brisbane

  9. Quick question about the quarantine when you arrive in Brisbane, do the rooms have a fridge etc or is it just a bed with shower room.
  10. So we booked flights to Brisbane yesterday to travel December 28th, do we have to pay ?
  11. Have you heard anything about quarantine yet or is it sorted when you get there, we are flying to Brisbane.
  12. Nice one, we booked with emirates 28th December, £1850 for the 2 of us, that’s add ons with twin seats and extra leg room for both flights. Happy with the price.
  13. Can a 491 visa holder travel at the moment as it’s not a temporary visa it’s classed as with provisions, I think the answer is no, but just double checking.
  14. Hi all our 143 visa was granted on 28th January 2020, our arrive by date is 28th January 2021. As it stands are we 100% going to be accepted into Australia as until we arrive we are not classed as a residents , so we are worried that we could be turned away, or are we classed as residents the moment our visas were granted. mark