Information and factsheets for refugees This information and factsheets, produced by our members and others, give you information about getting to Australia, your visa, and living in Australia, and getting to Australia.
This page gives people with bridging visas information about what they can or must do on this visa.
These factsheets on immigration detention tell you what you can do if you are in immigration detention in Australia and how you can get help.
This factsheet tells you how to write your statement of claim.
This information is for people whose visas may be cancelled under section 116 or section 501, and for criminal lawyers.
Start here to read our guide to information about temporary protection visas, including Safe Haven Enterprise Visas (SHEVs).
This factsheet provides information for refugees whose information has been published in a 'data breach'.
This page provides information on housing and renting for refugees in Australia, including links to information in other languages.
This page provides information for refugees living in Australia or settling in Australia. It provides links to key resources.
This page provides information about COVID-19 and social security, including answering some frequently asked questions about who can benefit from these new measures during the COVID-19 crisis.
This page contains information about education for refugees in Australia, including the education system, your choices for getting education, programs that can support your education, and scholarships.
This page provides links to useful resources for refugees or people seeking asylum about the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) and how it might affect them.
This page provides links to universities that offer scholarships to people seeking asylum or refugees on temporary protection visas.
This factsheet provides information about how to become an Australian citizen and apply for citizenship.
This page provides health information for refugees in Australia, including information about mental health and disability.
This page sets out some information about who can apply to come to Australia as a refugee.
This page explains what resettlement fraud is, how people might pretend to be able to help someone be resettled, and how to complain.