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Australia and Singapore Travel Bubble May be Available in a Couple of Months

Australia and Singapore Travel Bubble May be Available in a Couple of Months

COVID-19 MARCH 2021 UPDATE: Australia and Singapore Travel Bubble May be Available in a Couple of Months

The Australian and Singapore governments have been negotiating a travel bubble between the two countries, after a year of a travel ban. The Australian travel ban has been in place since March 2020 and recently has been extended for another few months.

However, with this ambitious plan it would allow holiday makers to travel to Australia and Singapore as soon as in July. This update may be the highlight of your day, let’s find out more about the Australian and Singapore travel bubble update.

Plans for the Australia and Singapore Travel Bubble to Launch in July

Plans for the Australia and Singapore Travel Bubble to Launch in July

Recently the Minister for Trade and Tourism Dan Tehan states that the Australian government has been in discussions with Singapore on expanding the Trans-Tasman bubble in July. With the launch of Australia and Singapore Travel Bubble, vaccinated Australians and Singaporeans will be allowed to fly easily for work, research or leisure purposes under the programme, eliminating the obligatory two-week hotel quarantine.

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Requirements for the Plan to Work

While Australians and Singaporeans will be able to travel between the two countries, for the Australia and Singapore travel bubble to work, tourists must obtain the COVID-19 vaccine before flying. Travelers between both countries would be required to provide a proof of vaccination certificate.

Requirements for the Plan to Work

What Does This Mean For You?

The deal could see Singapore act as an intermediary country for those looking to reach Australia, aiding in the return of stranded temporary visa holders. Many traveling to Australia via Singapore will also be able to do so by completing a two-week quarantine in Singapore prior to entering Australia. Additionally, with this ambitious Australia and Singapore travel bubble plan, we may see the return of international students.

Australia and Singapore Travel Bubble

Should You Start The Visa Application Now?

With the Australia and Singapore travel bubble set to go ahead, it is a great opportunity for you to enter Australia! Now the one question might have on your mind is, should you start the visa application now?

The answer is, yes. As you need time to prepare your documents and it takes five until six months to process a Visitor Visa application, it is the best for you to start your visa application as soon as possible.

So, once the Australia and Singapore travel bubble is in place, you will be at the front of the queue to enter Australia.

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Published On: March 20th, 2021 / Categories: News /