Permanent Visas

J4RSA Response to Government Announcement

Justice for Refugees SA applauds the federal government’s recent announcement to transition 19,000 refugees on temporary visas in Australia to permanency. There has been much joy shared with those people who can finally call Australia home. So too, do we commend the Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural affairs, the Honorable Andrew Giles, for the time that he spent speaking with people in Adelaide on Monday 20th February. His compassion and concern shone out.  We thank the Member for Adelaide, Steve Georganas MP for organising this visit.

Our work is not complete while we still advocate for those the 12,000 people who were not included in the announcement. We will be calling on members to join us in this advocacy.


Priorities for Change

Four Priorities for Change

J4RSA's work focuses on four priorities for change. Each priority falls under the main umbrella of our advocacy for pathways to permanency for refugees and people seeking asylum.  Please read and share the Priorities for Change document.

1. Replacing Temporary Protection Visas with a pathway to permanency.

2.Improving access to tertiary education for refugees and people seeking asylum.

3.Increasing Australia’s humanitarian, family reunion and refugee intake overall, as well as increasing the intake from Afghanistan to 20,000.

4.Ending indefinite offshore and onshore detention for refugees and people seeking asylum.


Become A member of Justice for Refugees SA 

As a member of J4RSA you will be supporting the advocacy and educational work of the organisation. You will also have the opportunity to nominate for the Management Committee and to vote at the AGM.

Fees can be paid online

Direct Deposit to J4RSA BSB: 105 029 ACCT: 080102440

Cheque PO Box 6036 Halifax St ADELAIDE SA 5000

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