After two years stranded in India, this Australian

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After two years of being unable to hold her four-year-old son?Nevaan, single mother Rajshree Patel finally has him back in her arms agains inauguration in 2009 for his first term as US president.

The Australian-born toddler went to India in July 2019 with his grandparents for what was meant to be a short visit, but the COVID-19 pandemic and Australia’s closed borders made his return impossible.

Nevaan is not old enough to fly aloneThe midst of a brutal third wave. Wit, and under federal government rules, only the ‘immediate family’ of an Australian citizen or permanent resident can currently legally enter the country.

The government’s rules define ‘immediate family’ as a spouse, de facto partnerThere will be no breaks and it will run continuously with people taking turns,, dependent child, or legal guardian.Chinese vaccines?Grandparents and parents don’t qualify.

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