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Fast tracking and ‘Legacy Caseload’ statistics

Key numbers

What is the status of people in the ‘Legacy Caseload’ now?

This graph shows the visa status of people in the ‘Legacy Caseload’, including those who now have applications for ‘Resolution of Status’ visas (granting them permanent protection), hold temporary protection visas, or are at different stages of the refugee status determination process.

This graph breaks down the status of people who were not subject to the 'fast track' process, because they arrived before 13 August 2012.

This graph breaks down the number of people without ongoing immigration matters, meaning they cannot apply for a Resolution of Status visa, in Australia by category.

Where do people holding temporary or permanent visas come from?

This graph breaks down the number of people holding a Resolution of Status visa by nationality.

This graph breaks down the visa status of people in the top six nationalities.

How many people are still waiting for decisions?

This graph shows the number of people who still have decisions before the Department of Home Affairs.

This graph shows people still waiting by nationality. (Note: while the monthly statistics includes the number of Resolution of Status visas onhand, it does not break these down by nationality, although it does so for Resolution of Status visas granted.)

This graph shows the number of people who have not applied for a Resolution of Status visa by nationality.

This graph shows the number of grants of Resolution of Status visas by month.

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