Government assistance for Temporary and Provisional Visa holders

Commonwealth Government has announced a range of assistance for temporary and provisional visa holders impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19). Following are a few of the major benefits that have been announced:

​1. Job Seekers

Victorian government has established an initiative to help jobseekers to find new opportunities. If you have Australian working rights, you can register to work for Victoria through this link:


2. Renters

If you're affected by COVID-19, you may be eligible for rent relief. This newly passed law will be in effect from   29th March 2020 for 6 months. Residential and commercial tenants who find financial hardship due to coronavirus, the government has announced rent relief grants. Visit the following site for more detail:

3. Childcare

Free childcare services for workers and families. Visit here


4. International students support

The government announced a $45million emergency relief program for international students that are facing financial hardship due to coronavirus. Visit here:


5. Relaxation of work hours for international students working in medical and disability sectors

Student visa work conditions to help to boost frontline health efforts. Visit here:


6. Temporary early release of superannuation

You are eligible for temporary early release to apply for access up to $10,000 for super until 30th June 2020. Visit here

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