I have applied for travel exemption to leave Australia and i have been granted exemptiom. But they havent mentioned how

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Customer: Hi i have applied for travel exemption to leave Australia and i have been granted exemptiom. But they havent mentioned how long the exemption is valid for.
JA: What steps have you taken? Have you filed any paperwork with the U.S. government?
Customer: ABF say "The Australian Border Force (ABF) has considered your request and the delegate of the ABF Commissioner has determined that your application to travel is authorised on the following grounds:Relocating overseas more than 3 months
Your departure from Australia is subject to standard border clearance processes – an exemption to travel restrictions does not exempt you from these requirements. You do not need to re-apply for permission to depart if your flight details or departing port change. A record of this outcome is available in border systems, in order to facilitate your departure."
JA: Have you talked to a lawyer about this?
Customer: no
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Customer: no
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Hi, I’m John, solicitor, and reviewing your post, and may need to ask a few questions a long the way to assist you.

Concerning your important matter, once you have received the exemption, that exemption remains in force until you leave the country. So if you're leaving within three months, for the relocation overseas, then that exemption remains in force until you've left the country.

In other words exemption you have remains valid. And you can leave as required when you relocate overseas accordingly.

Thank you for reaching out today.

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i am planning to leave on 25/9/2020. so i can go ahead with my plans right. I was bit concerned and not sure if i had to leave with in a month from the date of exemption grant. I have applied for grant on 22/8/2020 and received the grant on 24/8/2020.Below is the full response from ABF
Dear VenkatI refer to your request for an exemption from the travel restrictions placed on Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents for departure of Australia. Your request was for the following travellers:Venkat Gourineni (20-12-1990) India Passport J3898052
The Australian Border Force (ABF) has considered your request and the delegate of the ABF Commissioner has determined that your application to travel is authorised on the following grounds:Relocating overseas more than 3 months
Your departure from Australia is subject to standard border clearance processes – an exemption to travel restrictions does not exempt you from these requirements. You do not need to re-apply for permission to depart if your flight details or departing port change. A record of this outcome is available in border systems, in order to facilitate your departure.Please note that anyone leaving Australia should be aware that a number of countries are implementing their own border restrictions in response to COVID-19 and the international air network is reducing in capacity. Your ability to enter another country or return to Australia may be severely impacted. All travel restrictions including those for entering Australia are under constant review by the Australian Government and may be subject to change at short notice.Australia has strict border measures in place to protect the health of the Australian community. Very limited flights are currently available to and from Australia and you may not be able to travel at this time. See: National Cabinet media statement. All travellers arriving in Australia, including Australian citizens, are subject to mandatory quarantine for 14 days at a designated facility, such as a hotel, in their port of arrival.​ See Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for travellers. You may be required to pay for the costs of your quarantine. To find out more about quarantine requirements, contact the relevant state or territory government health department.
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Based on what you have posted, you can still travel without issue.

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