Australian Immigration Department is supporting the response to the amplified crisis in Ukraine.Created Date - 2022-03-07 17:14:37
The Australian Government doing immediate action to sanction Russian individuals, organizations, and banks as part of the international effort to impose the hard cost on Russia for its unprovoked and unacceptable aggression against Ukraine.
As per the first phase, we impose the travel bans and make target financial sanctions on eight members of the Russian Security Commission. The Commission supports responsibility for the current phase of the occupation by providing policy advice and justification to Russian President Putin’s undertaken declaration recognizing the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic and Luhansk People’s Republic.
Australian Individuals targeting financial sanctions and entities cannot do business with Russian Banks like Rossiya Bank, Promsvyazbank, IS Bank, Genbank, and the Black Sea Bank for Development and Reconstruction. These are the restrictions on Australians Investing in the state development bank VEB.
Taking of these actions, for our key partners, the United States and the United Kingdom. This is the start of our sanctions process, as we remain more concerned about Russia is escalating its aggression. It is determined to work with responsible nations worldwide to ensure any further invasion by Russia against its smaller, democratic neighbour incurs the high cost it deserves.
Australian Government announced for Ukrainian nationals in Australia with a visa which is due to expire up to 30 June 2022, will be given an automatic extension for six months. An application from Ukrainian citizens is approximately 430, will be processed and fast-tracked for decision by the Australian Immigration officials as soon as possible.
Australian Immigration has made final hundreds of applications over recent days. Anybody who wishes to apply new application for a visa to travel to Australia should consider options relevant to their conditions. As per Australian Immigration Close family members can apply on behalf of their family members who live in Ukraine. Bansal Immigration Consultant, Best Immigration Consultants in Melbourne provides advice to help with a visa application.
Australian Prime Minister also announced that automatic visa extensions for 6 months will be provided to Ukrainian nationals in Australia who have a visa expiring before 30 June 2022. Visa holders do not do anything to get this extension. Immigration Department also contacts visa holders in Australia whose visas expire soon to make arrangements if they wish to live remain in Australia.
If any Query from Ukrainian Temporary visa holders in Australia, and those waiting on a visa outcome or need to get visa options, can contact directly to Bansal Immigration Consultants in Australia.
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