First 500 fully vaccinated international students are anticipated to arrive in New South Wales by the end of December
Source: AAP Imaghe/EPA/PIYAL ADHIKARY
Here's another dose of good news for international students in Australia.
According to the latest report made by SBS News, the government of New South Wales has announced that first batch of fully vaccinated international students are expected to arrive in NSW by the end of December.
The government also stated that they will only allow student visa holders who have been fully vaccinated with the approved vaccine of the Therapeutic Goods Administration which as of now, includes Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Moderna.
To see the full article, see it on SBS News www.sbs.com.au/
The long wait is over for all international students going to Australia as it was recently announced by its Tourism Minister that the country's international border will reopen early this Christmas.
In the latest news released by The Australian, the Tourism Minister of Australia, Dan Tehan, said that they will continue to stick to the national plan wherein 80 percent of the adults aged 16 and over must be fully vaccinated and plan to reopen its border by Christmas at the latest. The minister also added that what they only want is the people to travel freely again outside Australia with no restrictions and no limitations.
To see the full article, see it on The Australian website www.theaustralian.com.au/
Mary Lorraine Lozano, a proud Byahe Visa Solutions' client, was recently awarded an Academic Scholarship by James Cook University - Brisbane Campus for her excellent performance.
Lozano is currently pursuing a postgraduate study in the said Australian university.
We at Byahe Visa Solutions are extremely proud and wish to extend our warmest congratulations and support to a high-achieving clients like Mary Lorraine.
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