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  1. New member introductions
    Good Day! Respectful request for urgent Sponsorship to immigrate to Australia, and other assistance. 1 I am in need of getting sponsorship for my aimed immigration to Australia. 2 My case is quite complex, and the best way to understand at least the essence of my situation, and to understand...
  2. Visas and immigration
    Hello and good day. I would like to ask some question I'm a 21 years boy I Came here to australia on a valid visitor visa for 12 months and then I applied for asylum , I would like to know if i can apply for Bridging visa A with work rights ? because i live here alone and i don't have...
  3. Visas and immigration
    The latest tough immigration stance announced in Australia will affect people who have arrived by boat in recent years who have been told they must prove they are genuine refugees to be deported. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has set a deadline of 01 October for about 7,500 of the 50,000...
  4. Visas and immigration
    A clear majority of people in Australia support Muslims and asylum seekers being granted visas to come to the country, according to a new poll, but there is a shift in opinion. Much has been made of recent research suggesting that many Australians are against Muslim immigration, but the new...
  5. Visas and immigration
    The Prime Minister of Australia has hailed the government's policy of turning back boats containing asylum seekers as a success. Malcolm Turnbull, speaking two years since the last boat reached Australia, said Operation Sovereign Borders has been successful border policy. 'Secure borders and a...
  6. Visas and immigration
    Hello, If someone on a student visa of multiple years in Australia applies for a refugee status (protection visa), and say this application is rejected, will they also annul her student visa and she will be removed from the territory? Thank you very much in advance:confused:
  7. Visas and immigration
    Everyone who enters Australia lawfully requires a visa. If your partner intends to enter Australia without a visa (unlawfully), for instance via boat, then YES, she will be put in detention.
  8. Visas and immigration
    Hi, I recently got the PR to AUS. In my family I;m the only child and my father has passed away. It is me and my loving mom who is reaching her late 60's next year. She was both father and mother to me when I lost my father. Leaving her and applying parent visa will not workout in my...
  9. Visas and immigration
    With the lifting of the suspension on the processing of asylum seeker visas, the biggest beneficiaries are the individuals detained in the many centers throughout Australia. While many benefit, the over seven hundred children in detention can now hope to start a new life. Others though the...
  10. Visas and immigration
    The recent decision by the Federal Government to lift the suspension on the processing of asylum visas has both been lauded and criticized. The six-month suspension was implemented to make a full assessment of the current situations of the home countries of the applicants. Now, with the...
  11. Visas and immigration
    In the aim of seeking a better life, some people brave dangerous waters trying to sneak into Australia. Hopes of gaining asylum could tragically turn wrong. Many have gambling on human smugglers to take them across a perilous journey people not only to pay with hard-earned money but all too...
  12. Visas and immigration
    25 year old university student. Visa expiring in 2011 after studies and seeking to apply for protection next year on genuine grounds of being gay. Originally from west Africa so fears severe state-sanctioned persecution and hostility on return to Africa. Please share your knowledge: any need for...
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