The Protection 866 visa is for those refugees seeking asylum because of the fear of persecution in their home country due to:
Membership of a particular social group
Benefits of Protection Visa
Being a protection visa holder, you can,
Live and work in Australia as a permanent resident
Have access to Medicare (Australia's health care scheme) and
You can only be able to get eligible for protection visa if:
You are in Australia on a valid visa and not through illegal marine or unauthorised air arrival
You meet Australia’s protection obligations
You are appealing for Australia’s protection
You have evidence of being a refugee who is defined by the Refugee Convention or meet the Complementary Protection criteria in the Australian Migration Act 1958
You are not barricaded from lodging a Protection Visa application
You satisfy the minister that the purpose of getting the visa is in national interest
You meet health and character Recruitments
You must provide evidence of medical examinations to ensure the protection of your health along with the Australian community.
Family Members in The Visa Application
You can include following members in your visa application:
Your Partner (Married or de facto)
Your or your partner's dependent children
Other Eligible dependent relatives
Note: If the children included in the visa application are younger than 18 years of age, it is mandatory to have the permission from the parent, guardian or other friend/ relative of taking a photograph or fingerprints for the Immigration Department. Fingerprints are not necessary for the children who are younger than 15 years of age, incapable and physically challenged.
Assuring the immigration department of being a refugee is not run-of- the mill job. It is critical to have the excellent legal representation of the case to ensure a successful outcome.
At Victory Group, our knowledge and expertise have helped thousands of clients to prepare the case in accordance with the updated immigration laws and boost the chances of approval for the visa. Being in the industry for more than 8 years, we have always provided timely & professional services and proved our mettle time and again.
Whether you are overwhelmed with the complications in your case, not sure about the suitable visa options or need assistance for the required documentation, just drop us a line, our migration agent will reach you in no time with the best possible solutions.
Refugee visa (subclass 200) is a permanent residence visa.
Successful applicants will be able to:
Stay in Australia permanently
Work and study in Australia
Enrol in Australia’s public healthcare scheme, Medicare
Bring family members for permanent residence
Travel to and from Australia for 5 years
If eligible become an Australian citizen
Attend 510 hours of English language classes for free
Who may be eligible for this visa?
To qualified applicants must be outside Australia when applying for Refugee visa (Subclass 200) and when the visa outcome is decided.
Applicants may be able to get the Refugee visa if:
They are living in their home country
They are subject to persecution in their home country
They have not been able to leave that country to seek refuge elsewhere
You can also add certain family members to your application at any time before we decide on your application.
For this visa, your family are:
Your dependent children
Your partner’s dependent children
Other relatives who are dependent
If your child is not dependent on you, they must apply for their own visa.
If you do not declare a family member in your application, you may not be able to propose them for a refugee and humanitarian visa after you arrive in Australia.
There is no visa application charge for this visa
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