Help Us Advance Free Movement With The UK-Australia Free Trade Agreement
Australia and the United Kingdom have signed the Australia-UK Free Trade Agreement (A-UKFTA).
The agreement was the first finalized deal for the UK since leaving the European Union in 2016, and has been hailed as setting new global standards and creating new work and travel opportunities for British and Australian citizens.
Entry into force of the agreement is expected during the course of 2023.
While the new Free Trade Agreement has made great strides in progressing mobility arrangements between the two nations, there is more work to be done. For example, travel visas and work permits under the arrangement are still subject to age restrictions and time limitations, which prevent the full benefits of reciprocal free movement from being realized.
We believe that this new deal can be an ideal platform upon which reciprocal free movement can be built, but we need your help contacting the Australian and British International Trade Ministers to make this happen.
Please use the editable letter template below to contact your respective International Trade Minister. Your correspondence will then be forwarded to their applicable Ministry.