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Online Visitor visa applications for Indian nationals starting 1 July 2017

The Australian High Commission and Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection are pleased to announce that all Indian nationals will be able to lodge Visitor visa applications for Australia online from 1 July 2017. “The online application option will make applying for Visitor visas easier and more convenient for Indian visitors to Australia,” Acting Australian High Commissioner to India, Mr Chris Elstoft said.

Australia’s shared history with India provides a solid foundation to deepen our relationship

“India now sits at the top tier of countries of importance to Australia. Yet, despite our long history together, there is still great scope to advance the relationship and to shape it,” said High Commissioner Harinder Sidhu in Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's Business Envoy edition. Read on to know her views on the  Australia-India relationship and why she wanted to come to India as the High Commissioner.

Australia India Education Ambassador Adam Gilchrist inspires students on his visit to India

Former Australian cricketer Adam Gilchrist won hearts and inspired hundreds of young men and women on his third visit to India, in his role as the Australia-India Education Ambassador.

Innovative approach to preparing the workforce of the future

To help young people from the Indo-Pacific region prepare for the workforce of the future, Australian Government's innovationXchange has launched Youth & the Workforce of the Future challenge. The global challenge, launched in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Solve Initiative and Australian software company, Atlassian, will crowd-source expertise and innovative ideas from around the globe to help prepare communities and governments for the future of work. Applications are open till 1 August 2017.

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