IS YOUR TPV OR SHEV VISA ABOUT TO EXPIRE?

Wrongfully detained for 5 years – the tragic story of Tony Tran

Wrongfully detained for 5 years – the tragic story of Tony Tran

Writer: Margot O’Neill, 12 November 2007 ABC Lateline

Husband and father Tony Tran says he was wrongfully locked up for five and a half years, thanks to an immigration bungle.

Asylum-seekers kept in dark on failed cases

Asylum-seekers kept in dark on failed cases

Writer: Paul Maley, 29 November 2010 The Australian

IMMIGRATION authorities are not informing asylum-seekers for months that their refugee assessments have failed.

People-Smuggling: Faster, Cheaper and Safer Than the ‘Queue’?

People-Smuggling: Faster, Cheaper and Safer Than the ‘Queue’?

Writer: Nick Olle 21 June 2013, The Global Mail

Despite the tough rhetoric to the contrary, Australia is effectively encouraging some asylum seekers to come here by boat.

Morrison applies double standard to avoid hypocrisy

Morrison applies double standard to avoid hypocrisy

Writer: Nick Olle, 8 November 2013, Refugee Action Committee

Now you can go from refugee to TPV – and suddenly get only temporary protection – depending on the paperwork flow in Australia’s bureaucracy. The Coalition’s plan to issue temporary protection visas (TPVs) retrospectively means some people already found to be genuine refugees will not be entitled to permanent settlement or family reunion in Australia.

Libby Hogarth is talking on Farda tv

Farda TV

Libby Hogarth is talking on new changes in regards to the asylum seeker new government law and regulation in Australia.

‘Lives at stake’ after asylum-seeker legal access loss

Writer: Thea Cowie, 26 November 2013, SBS News

Legal service providers say the federal government appears to have cut off free legal assistance for thousands of asylum-seekers who have arrived by boat or plane.

Migration and Maritime Powers Legislation Amendment (Resolving the Asylum Legacy Caseload) Bill 2014

Writer: a1068383, 21 November 2014, The University of Adelaide

The PLPRU has made a submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee’s Inquiry into the Migration and Maritime Powers Legislation Amendment (Resolving the Asylum Legacy Caseload) Bill 2014. Alex Reilly wrote this submission jointly with Libby Hogarth of Australian Migration Options, a migration agent company based in Adelaide.

For more information please visit http://blogs.adelaide.edu.au/public-law-rc/2014/11/21/migration-and-maritime-powers-legislation-amendment-resolving-the-asylum-legacy-caseload-bill-2014/

Jobs attracting new migrants to Wagga

Writer: Browdie Owen, 22 May 2014, The Daily Advertiser

AN IMMIGRATION lawyer has praised Wagga as an attractive destination for migrants because of the city’s economic opportunities. For a positive article, please visit http://www.dailyadvertiser.com.au/story/2300878/jobs-attracting-new-migrants-to-wagga/