Refugee and Humanitarian Visas

Refugee and Humanitarian Visas

This visa offers resettlement to people outside Australia who are in need of protection.

Offshore humanitarian visas
You can sponsor a family living overseas in another country who are suffering from persecution.

Protection visa (subclass 866)
This is for refugee who are in Australia who have a well-founded fear of persecution in their home country on grounds of race, religion, politics, and particular social group. Please bear in mind that protection visa is one of the most difficult visas to be granted. You must have a well-founded fear of harm on grounds of your race, religion, political opinion or membership of particular social groups. If you think you have a genuine fear of serious harm, Australian Migration services has the expertise to provide you with the proper advice.

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    Interested Visa Type

    1. Do you possess a degree or trade qualification?
    2. Are you below the age of 40?

    1. Are you outside of your country?
    2. Do you fear harm from your government?

    Do you have funds of at least AU$50,000 for course fees and living expenses for a year?

    1. Are you currently doing any business?
    2. Type of business and have you been doing more than 2 years?
    3. Is the turnover more than AU$750,000 a year?
    4. Do you have any personal and business assets of more than AU$2.5 million.

    Is your spouse (Husband/Wife) is a citizen of Australia?

    Do you have more than half your children in Australia?

    1. Do you have a regular income in your country?
    2. Do you have enough funds to spend while in Australia?
    3. Do you genuinely intend to visit Australia temporarily?

    Have you recently graduated with a degree from an Australian Institution?

    1. Have been on a permanent residency for at least a year?
    2. Have you lived in Australia for at least 4 years?

    Country of Citizenship

    Current Country of Residence

    Marital Status

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