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My claim has been refused

What to do if you are refused by the AAT or IAA

This factsheet is provided by Refugee Advice & Casework Service, a legal organisation that helps refugees in New South Wales. It was last updated in November 2019.

This tells you what to do if your application has been refused by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal or Immigration Assessment Authority.

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This factsheet is provided by The Humanitarian Group, a legal organisation that helps refugees in Western Australia. It was published on 13 August 2016.

Read this if you live in Western Australia.

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This factsheet is provided by the Refugee and Immigration Legal Service, a legal organisation that helps refugees in Queensland. It was last checked in April 2019.

This tells you what you can do if you have come by boat and been refused protection by the Immigration Assessment Authority. If you live in Queensland, it also tells you where to go for  help. You can also read this in Arabic, Dari, Farsi and Tamil.

Guide if you have been refused protection by the Immigration Assessment Authority

This factsheet is provided by the Refugee and Immigration Legal Service, a legal organisation that helps refugees in Queensland. It was last checked in June 2019.

This information pack tells you what to do if you have come by boat and been refused protection by the Immigration Assessment Authority.

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