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From 11:59pm 27 September, metropolitan Melbourne has moved to the second step of easing restrictions. The curfew is now lifted in metropolitan Melbourne from 5am on Monday 28 September. There will be higher on the spot fines for breaching rules about visitors to your home and outdoor gatherings. The four reasons that you can leave home remain, however some changes have been made to restrictions: shopping for food or other essential items exercise and outdoor
The Victorian Government is investing $3 billion to help businesses impacted by ongoing restrictions and to prepare for COVID Normal business. This includes a third round of the Business Support Fund with grants of up to $20,000 available as well as tax and cashflow support. *Small and medium-sized business ($822 million) *Licensed Hospitality Business ($251 million) *Sole Trader Support Fund ($100 million) *Alpine businesses ($4.3 million) Business Chambers and Trader Groups ($3 million) rent relief
Australia has strict border measures in place to protect the health of the Australian community. Very limited flights are currently available to and from Australia and you may not be able to travel at this time. Australian Govt. is allowing only the Australian citizen, a permanent resident of Australia, an immediate family member of an Australian citizen or permanent resident, a New Zealand citizen usually resident in Australia and their immediate family members, a diplomat
!!Victoria’s 2020-21 business and investor visa nomination program (subclass 188 and 132) will open today at 9 am AEST, Tuesday, 8, September 2020.!! The coronavirus pandemic has significantly changed the economic and social environment for migration policies and programs, but well-targeted migration policies and programs remain essential to Victoria’s economic recovery. The Commonwealth Department of Home Affairs has provided the Victorian Government with an interim allocation of visa nomination places for the Business Innovation and
AUD curve is rising sharply where the worlds all currency falling. The Australian dollar, Aussie dollar (AUD) is one of the world’s great commodity currencies. This is the high time to think of your future Generation settlement in Australia.   According to economists, there are a few factors driving the rise The principal reason behind the strong Aussie dollar is that Australia currently fits the needs of one of the fastest-growing regions in the world –
On 25 January 2020 Bridging West Australia organized an effectual Seminar on “Business Opportunities, Migration & Citizenship to Australia and New Zealand” in Hotel Sarina, Banani, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The program was very successful with the presence of more than 215 business and entrepreneurs from a diverse sector of businesses, who want to expand their business in Australia and New Zealand. The program was scheduled at 10:30 am but from 10:00 am the attendees start coming
On 1 March 2019, Minister Coleman reported that applications to support a parent for a Sponsored Parent (Temporary) visa will be open from 17 April 2019. When a sponsorship application has been endorsed, a supported parent will most likely apply for a Sponsored Parent (Temporary) visa. Applications for the visa are expected to open from 1 July 2019 The visa gives guardians another pathway to incidentally rejoin with their kids and grandkids in Australia, while

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