Today, the government in Australia announced a few days ago, through a spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior in Australia today, that registration is exceptionally available to all nationalities on the Home Office website in Australia, so that everyone can return to their home countries again.
Where it was recently launched by the government in Australia, for those expatriates who hold an "exit and return, final, visit visa of all kinds, and a tourist visa) from air travel to their countries, by submitting requests to return to their countries electronically through the platform of the Ministry of Home Affairs in Australia."
On the other hand, the official newspapers inside Australia "Australian News" mentioned that this initiative can be benefited from by entering an icon from the official "Ministry of the Interior in Australia" platform for electronic services, and filling the following fields: (residence number - date of birth - mobile number - city Departure - arrival airport), indicating that it is not necessary for the service to have an account for the beneficiary on (platform), in order to facilitate the residents to benefit from the initiative.
On the other hand, the Australian Ministry of the Interior has just confirmed that the beneficiaries' departure will be through the following airports: (Sydney Airport - Melbourne International Airport - Adelaide Airport - Brisbane Airport - Perth International Airport) after countries agree to allow their nationals to be received.
In the following it is mentioned that this initiative is carried out in cooperation with a number of government agencies inside Australia (the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development in Australia, the National Information Center, the General Authority of Civil Aviation, and airlines) in addition to the security sectors (Security Directorate The General, the General Directorate of Passports, the General Directorate of Prisons, and the General Administration for Expatriate Affairs in the Ministry of Interior).