In a landmark decision, the Federal Court of Australia has today ruled against the Minister of Immigration on the question of citizenship for people of refugee background. The Minister was…
This table lists decisions by federal courts relating to the new system of refugee status determination for people who came by boat, known as 'fast tracking'.
This form should be used by people who hold a Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (SHEV) visa to record their work or study to meet the 'pathway' requirements for a permanent visa.
Many people from refugee backgrounds are facing significant delays in their application for Australian citizenship. We explain our work on this issue and what people can do.
Since 8 December, the Department of Immigration has been sending out letters to asylum seekers considered ‘not to have engaged’ during the fast-track process. Here are some quick facts about the process, and what people can do to help.
This page answers many of the questions people have about Safe Haven Enterprise Visas and provides links to other places where you can get information, including in your language.
This factsheet, published by the Department of Human Services, tells you if you can get a payment called Special Benefit once you get a Temporary Protection Visa or Safe Haven Enterprise Visa.
The Department of Social Services has published a factsheet on the benefits people on temporary protection visas can get.
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection publishes a website with information for people with Safe Haven Enterprise Visas, including frequently asked information.
What are your rights if you are on a treatment order? This order is used for people with acute mental illness. People who are on a treatment order lose some of their rights and freedoms. They may have to stay in hospital and they can be given treatment, even if they do not agree to it.