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PALM Trial Program Aims to Bring Local Workers’ Families to Australia

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UNDER the PALM scheme family accompaniment pilot, which is set to commence in 2024, Solomon Islanders taking part in the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) plan will soon be permitted to accompany immediate family members to Australia.

The Australian government had received a letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade expressing interest in taking part in the family accompaniment pilot program.

The pilot, which was originally scheduled for late 2023, has been pushed back to early 2024 in order to make sure that all necessary legal and administrative frameworks are in place before families begin to arrive.

As long as their individual Approved Employers are on board, the PALM scheme family accompaniment trial will permit 200 qualified long-term PALM scheme workers from the Pacific to bring their immediate families to Australia.

In 2024, the Australian government will choose the participating families through two selection procedures.

In front of this chance, Solomon Islands will create policies and specifications through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade to guarantee a successful selection process.

Solomon Islands hopes to be chosen for the second batch of nations for the Family Accompaniments Programme’s trial phase later in 2024.

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