New Sub-Stream of 408 Visa for COVID-19 Pandemic Temporary Workers in Australia


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Temporary Work visa holders including visitor visas and working holiday makers employed in critical sectors who have not completed the 3 or 6 months of specified work required to apply for a second or third Working Holiday Maker visa, and are unable to leave Australia, may be eligible for a Temporary Activity (subclass 408 Australian Government Endorsed Event (AGEE) stream) visa.
This visa will allow working holiday makers to remain lawfully in Australia, and continue working, if they wish to do so, until they can return to their home country.

Speaking with Mr. Sanjay Deshwal, director of AVMCS Migration services, he has encouraged the community to not ignore their current visa status and timelines and rather act soon to ensure you have the valid visa to extend your stay in Australia. Mr. Deshwal is offering FREE CONSULTATION to people holding the visas below to assist in this regards (by appointment only).

Visitor visa
457 visa
482 visa
485 visa
All temporary visa holders who cannot depart due to travel and country restrictions can all apply for new visas.

Please contact Mr. Deshwal on

The Indian Telegraph
Established in 2007, The Indian Telegraph is a multi award winning digital media company based in Australia.

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