Helping vulnerable people navigate Australian immigration law

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In 2017-18:

794 vulnerable people

received legal advice

236 women

assisted in family violence matters

1,493 appointments

conducted in person and by telephone

More than 1,000 people

connected with additional services

People we have helped

Case Study

Carer Visa

Annabel and her husband are Australian citizens living in Sydney. They approached IARC for assistance in sponsoring a relative to move to Australia as a carer for their profoundly disabled daughter who suffers from a rare genetic condition. This condition as well as developmental and behavioural disorders leave her unable to tend to the practical aspects of daily life such as eating, washing and dressing herself and she will need round the clock care for the rest of her life. Due to their age and their own medical conditions, Annabel… Read More

Annabel and her husband are Australian citizens living in Sydney. They approached IARC for assistance in sponsoring a relative to move to Australia as a carer for their profoundly disabled… Read More