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Two men sheltering in boat

On this page you can find asylum statistics.

Latest statistics

Statistics on review of fast-tracking decisions

In December 2014, the refugee status determination system for people who came by boat after 13 August 2012 changed. The new process, called 'fast tracking', replaced the previous independent merits review system with a new body, called the Immigration Assessment Authority (IAA). This page summarises the IAA's statistics about its processes.
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Australia’s Offshore Processing Regime

Australia’s offshore processing regime

Offshore processing (referred to by the Australian Government as “regional processing”) is the term used to describe the arrangements by which Australia sends people seeking asylum who arrive by boat to either Nauru or on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea (PNG), where their refugee claims are determined.
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