Change have been made to immigration instructions to implement Cabinet’s decision to establish the Migrant Exploitation Protection Visa (MEPV).
The MEPV is an open work visa that will enable migrant workers to leave exploitative employment situations where the migrant makes a report of exploitation that is assessed as credible.
Partners and dependent children who already hold a visa based on their relationship to a person granted an MEPV may be eligible for a further visa of the same type.
Applicants for an MEPV, and their partners or dependents, are not required to provide medical or police certificates with their application and are exempt from the requirement to pay an application fee, immigration levy or the International Visitor, Conservation and Tourism Levy.
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