Refugees & Asylum Seekers
IMMIGRATION LEGAL SUPPORT.
“The difference between going and staying”
In Australia there are over 10,000 people-seeking asylum living in our communities on bridging visas. They need to engage in the legal process of applying for a temporary protection visa.
These people are waiting with quiet dignity to have their claims heard. The majority of people are relying on pro bono lawyers and community legal services. It is a matter of urgency that applications are completed in the given period.
This is their only opportunity to secure temporary protection. You can transform the life of another human being by giving him or her the gift of access to an immigration lawyer.
The organisation is Building comprehensive and prosperous communities.
UFVRA strives to develop communities wherever everybody feels valued and safe, and wherever others are going to be drawn to measure.
We deliver Refugees settlement services, supporting our shoppers to grasp their aspirations and foster their ability to prosper. Our services square measure centred on evidence-based observe and formed by shopper and community voice.
We partner with business, government, community teams and different service suppliers to create a network of hospitable and comprehensive organisations and communities across Queensland wherever all newcomers can feel impressed to contribute and grow.
You can help us enable united federation of volunteers for refugees action team to provide free legal services and information to people seeking asylum nation wide.
To give online: Visit to donate to the Asylum Circle.
TO MAKE A DIRECT DEPOSIT
Name of Account United Federation of volunteers for refugees action Inc.
BSB 034-240 Account number: 327075
In the reference section please enter “asylum seeker legal”