⚡️List of exemptions was updated⚡️
☝🏼Travel exemptions may be granted to people escorting Australian citizen or permanent resident minors to travel to Australia. This is to ensure the safety and welfare of the child or children during travel.
💁🏼♀️Travel exemptions for this category are generally approved under the following circumstances:
🔸one guardian for each child under the age of 2 years will generally be approved
🔸only one guardian within the same family group for multiple children over the age of 2 years will generally be approved
🔸additional guardians may be considered on a case-by-case basis if medical advice and evidence is provided.
🙅🏼♀️Unless exceptional circumstances apply, people escorting Australian citizen or permanent resident minors to Australia should be a relative (for example, aunt, uncle, grandparent).
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