REFUGEE and HUMANITARIAN VISAS

REFUGEE and HUMANITARIAN VISA:

Australia recognises international protection of refugees and has a refugee program in place as its contribution to the protection of Refugees around the world. There are different humanitarian visa categories and options for Australia. These are as follows:

  • Refugee Visa (Subclass 200)
  • In-country Special Humanitarian (Subclass 201)
  • Emergency Rescue Visa (Subclass 203)
  • Woman at Risk (Subclass 204)

You may be eligible for refugee category visa if you are 1) outside Australia and 2) subject to persecution in your home country.

If you believe that you may be eligible for this visa and wish to find out more contact us on anz.migrationcentre@gmail.com


Skilled Visas

For: Potential migrants with skills and qualifications that are currently in demand in Australia.

Work Visas

For: People who are looking to work temporarily in Australia and for businesses that are looking to recruit overseas workers.

Partner / Family Visas

For: People who are looking to join their partner in Australia who is already an Australian citizen or permanent resident.

Student Visas

For: People who are looking to join their partner in Australia who is already an Australian citizen or permanent resident.

Business Visas

For: People who are looking to join their partner in Australia who is already an Australian citizen or permanent resident.

Refugee and humanitarian visas

For: people who are subject to persecution in their home country of nationality or usual residence and are in need of resettlement.

Visitor Visa

For: No matter what your reasons, we can assist you in getting the right visitor visa to suit your purpose.

Other Australian Visas

For: Some of these visas include visas for emergency rescue, training and research, medical treatment and superyacht crew.

Visa Cancellation & Refusal Appeals

For: Cancellation and refusals of visas have severe consequences on future visas for the applicant.

Tribunal Review Appeals

For: Migration Review tribunals (now called the AAT) offers an opportunity for those whose visas have been refused.

Ministerial Intervention Requests

For: As professional migration agents, we can assist in writing a letter requesting the minister to intervene in your migration matter if applicable.

Citizenship Services

For: Australia NZ Migration Centre provides you with assistance and advice in citizenship matters if you intend to become an Australian citizen.

+61-(0)-449-260-466
+61-(0)-425-334-337
info@ausnzmigration.com.au