Our Migration Clinic is a free service. We can help you by providing legal advice and information about refugee law and other immigration matters. In some cases, we can also provide ongoing representation. If we can't help you, we will try to refer you to other organisations that can.
Our Migration Clinic is open one day per week and is generally booked out well in advance. Migration laws are very complicated, change frequently and there are often many forms to be completed. For this reason, if you have a migration problem, it is important to get advice from a Migration Agent. If you need migration advice call or email our Migration clinic.
Phone: 1300 654 314
If you are from a migrant or refugee background, our Cultural Liaison Officers can help you to speak to your lawyer and to understand your rights and the Australian Legal System. Visit the Community Liaison Unit page for more information on how we can support you.
If you need an interpreter please call TIS on 131 450. You can also book an interpreter on-line go to the TIS National website: www.tisnational.gov.au
Migration and Family Violence Provisions
Legal Aid ACT has developed a new publication 'Stay Here, Stay Safe' about migration and family violence provisions in the Migration Regulations 1994 (Cth).
It was created to help people who have experienced or are experiencing family violence with their applications to access the provisions so they may remain in Australia.
It is also a useful resource for case workers and community service providers who work with clients with migration and family violence concerns.
However, this booklet is not designed to be a substitute for personalised legal advice.