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When Temporary Visa Holders Can Come Back to Australia?



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Immigration Minister Alex Hawke on Thursday said migrants, temporary visa holders, and international students stuck outside Australia are wanted back as soon as possible.”

 

Australia opening international borders

 

In a recent interview with SBS News, Mr Hawke said the Australian government is preparing to open international borders.

“We’ve learnt one thing out of COVID, and that is we absolutely miss the visitors to our economy and temporary visa holders. We want them back as soon as possible,” said by Immigration Minister Alex Hawke.

“That's why the government is rolling out our vaccination program and preparing for the opening of our international borders, so we can have those important visits from tourists that spend so much money in our country - but also the international student sector, one of our largest export sectors, they value-add so inherently to the Australian economy - we want to get them back.”

 

COVID-19 and Australian border

 

In a previous sit-down interview with SBS News, Mr Hawke said he believes migrants will not be deterred from considering Australia as a future home - despite the challenges presented by the pandemic. “Australia is unique in the world - we take people from more countries and more cultures and integrate them into Australian cultural values than anywhere else.”

“I'm convinced that the migration program will be a huge part of how we recover from COVID and whether we will be as successful as we can be on that journey,” he said. 

The Immigration Minister reaffirmed that migration would be the key to lifting Australia's economy out of the red.

 

Australia's migration program

 

Migration will be the key to assisting Australia's post-pandemic economic recovery, says Immigration Minister Alex Hawke.

 

Calling it a “backflip”, Abul Rizvi, the former deputy secretary of the Department of Immigration said he is finding it hard to comprehend that “If visitors and temporary entrants are so important, why had the Prime Minister told visitors and temporary entrants to go home at the start of the pandemic.”

 

News source: SBS

 

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