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Important visa updates regarding Sudan unrest - Fed Govt is working with other countries and partners to assist Australian citizens and their families to leave Sudan - Citizens wanting to leave Sudan should register


For family members in Sudan without a visa, you can identify what visa best suits their circumstances by exploring visa options.

The Department is still progressing visa applications from Sudanese people. We know the situation for many applicants has and will continue to change. It is important for visa applicants to keep their contact details and other information up to date with the Department. 

Sudanese citizens in Australia can consider temporary and permanent visa options to stay in Australia. As each person’s circumstances are different, explore these visa options by using our visa finder tool.

Source: Important-visa-updates-regarding-Sudan-unrest.pdf

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