Information, Advice, and Support for Travel and Immigration Affected by Covid-19
The Covid-19 pandemic and its resulting restrictions and requirements for international travel and visa applications have added extra layers of complexity and difficulty for those in Australia looking to immigrate to the United States and U.S. citizens wishing to immigrate to Australia.
The team here at Worldwide Migration Partners have created this page to help answer the most frequently asked questions and cover all the latest news and developments as they arise. We will update this page with the latest COVID-19 news in relation to AU and US visas as it emerges. We would also recommend following the Worldwide Migration Partners Facebook Page for regular updates.
If you have a question about travel and or immigration restrictions for Australia or the United States and can't find an answer here, please reach out to our friendly team to speak with one of our specialists.
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Covid-19 Immigration and Travel News
Please note the U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Australia have outlined and updated their page in regards to the COVID-19 U.S. and Australian travel information. Click here for more information.
BREAKING: The Biden administration announced that in November 2021, it will lift the COVID-19 travel restriction for specific countries and instead require all foreign travellers to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination before boarding a flight to the United States. Click here for more information.
Exemptions and Requirements for Travel to Australia
US COVID-19 Questions Answered
It is important to remember that the articles you may read online or that is shared on social media may not always be accurate. It is vital that the information you obtain regarding your visa is from a reputable source.
Below we will add links to the most accurate sources for Australian and US visa information.
- Department of Home Affairs - All Visa Holders
- Department of Home Affairs - Travel Restrictions
- Department of Home Affairs - Student Visa
- Australian Taxation Office (ATO)
- Department of Health - For Employers
- Department of Health
- The Treasury
AU Media Releases: