Quarantine scrapped for vaccinated international travellers entering Queensland

From 1am AEST Saturday 22 January, fully vaccinated international arrivals to Queensland are not required to quarantine if: they have undertaken a COVID-19 test within 24 hours of their arrival in Queensland, and they isolate at their residence, accommodation or boat until they receive a negative result. An international arrival who undertook a COVID-19 test…

PEER-TO-PEER LENDING: WHAT IS IT AND HOW YOU CAN BENEFIT

Australians’ use of debt finance is ranked one of the highest in the world, with our use of home loans, car loans and personal loans ever increasing as the cost of living heads north. As borrowers seek affordable finance options, an emerging finance trend we’ve seen over the past couple of years has been the rise…

Covid-19 border restrictions in QLD, VIC, NSW and SA

Quarantine has been scrapped for fully vaccinated international travellers entering Queensland. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced today fully vaccinated international travellers will be allowed into Queensland from 1am on Saturday January 22 without having to quarantine. Ms Palaszczuk said vaccinated international travellers will just need to do a rapid antigen test within 24 hours of their arrival. Victoria, NSW…

Farmers hope to start new year with agriculture visa workers, but there are stumbling blocks

For the better part of last year, the federal government has been talking up its new visa, designed to bring in overseas workers to help fix labour shortages within Australian agriculture. According to Agriculture Minister David Littleproud, the ag visa “came into effect” on October 1 following amendments to migration regulations. However, three months on, no overseas workers have arrived under…

Prime Minister announces $630 visa rebate for international students and backpackers heading to Australia

The federal government will rebate visa application fees for backpackers and international students heading to Australia in an attempt to address the workforce shortage. Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Wednesday the $630 fee for international students would be covered for the next eight weeks. He said there are 150,000 international students and 23,500 backpackers with visas and his…

Are you eligible for the Service Australia Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment? If so, here’s how to apply for the $750

Workers who test positive to COVID-19 via rapid antigen tests are now eligible to access the $750 Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment offered through Centrelink on behalf of Services Australia. RAT results are now accepted alongside those recorded by regular PCR lab tests to ensure the payment is available for all who need it. People who’ve lost at least a…

International students allowed to work more hours to help ease COVID worker shortage

Foreign students will be allowed to pick up more hours to help alleviate worker shortages as more people are forced into isolation due to Australia’s Omicron COVID-19 outbreak. Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the federal government will remove the 40-hour-a-fortnight cap on student visa-holder workers, meaning they will no longer have restrictions on the amount of hours they can work. Forty-hour work limits on…

Australia: Rules Providing New Permanent Residence Pathways for Skilled Workers

On Thursday 25 November 2021, The Australian government announced that it will be introducing rules that will improve access to permanent residence under the Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186) visa program for: Existing Temporary Skill Shortage (subclass 482) visa holders in the short-term stream Legacy Temporary Work Skilled (subclass 457) visa holders who no longer…

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