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Old 03-19-2020, 09:46 PM
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Partner and Child visa holders (except Prospective Marriage visa holders) can come to Australia. You will need to self-isolate for 14 days, at home or in a hotel.

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How about BVB holders who are awaiting decision for the Partner 820? Do you know if they are considered 'Partner Visa Holders'?


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That's great news, I rang the immi line but I was on hold for 1+ hour and I couldn't wait due to work.

Got my wife's 309 granted yesterday so I'm going to be booking a flight next week - will have to quarantine her alone in our granny flat for two weeks though but it's a small price to pay for public safety!

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An immediate family member of Australian citizens and permanent residents

In this case, immediate family means:

spouses
dependents
legal guardians
Without visa - You can't come to Australia until you have a visa. Apply for a visa and include proof (such as your marriage certificate, your birth certificate or birth certificate for your children). If we let you travel, you will need to self-isolate for 14 days, at home or in a hotel.

With a temporary visa (except for Partner and Child visa holders) - Attach proof (such as your marriage certificate, evidence of your de-facto relationship such as shared finances or property, your birth certificate or birth certificate for your children) and submit this form. Do not travel until we advise that you can. If we let you travel, you will need to self-isolate for 14 days, at home or in a hotel.

Partner and Child visa holders (except Prospective Marriage visa holders) can come to Australia. You will need to self-isolate for 14 days, at home or in a hotel.

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Got my wife's 309 granted yesterday so I'm going to be booking a flight next week - will have to quarantine her alone in our granny flat for two weeks though but it's a small price to pay for public safety!
I wouldn't be waiting a week as things can change very very quickly. You wife's country can close the borders so that she cannot leave. They are only required to give 48 hours notice that they are closing the borders however some countries do not give that. There are Australians stuck overseas because the borders were closed and they can't get back in.

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I wouldn't be waiting a week as things can change very very quickly. You wife's country can close the borders so that she cannot leave. They are only required to give 48 hours notice that they are closing the borders however some countries do not give that. There are Australians stuck overseas because the borders were closed and they can't get back in.
Thanks to you I booked her flight literally last night and she is already on a plane right now. Will quarantine her in our granny flat for two weeks, but holy shit the flights are so expensive. I had to pay $1500 for a one way flight and now they are all fully booked (just made it - the ones left now cost $5000 minimum). It is absolute panic out there. I feel so lucky to bring her here honestly, I have much more faith in the Australian health care system and country in general than anywhere else in the world

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Thanks to you I booked her flight literally last night and she is already on a plane right now. Will quarantine her in our granny flat for two weeks, but holy shit the flights are so expensive. I had to pay $1500 for a one way flight and now they are all fully booked (just made it - the ones left now cost $5000 minimum). It is absolute panic out there. I feel so lucky to bring her here honestly, I have much more faith in the Australian health care system and country in general than anywhere else in the world
I know the feeling! I just returned from overseas last night. They have people come on the plane with bio hazard suits and give you information and a form to fill out. Then when you get off the plane you get another form to fill out per family. I am wondering if we are going to get a knock one day lol.

I was in a country and we were given 69 hours to leave the country from when the announcement was made (when we found out it was more like 60 hours). Luckily Etihad put on extra flights to get out of the country. A friend of mine was going through exactly the same thing as me at the same time for another country. The entire world is closing down.

I agree, I would much rather be here in Australia than anywhere overseas.

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