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Supporting women on temporary visas

For many women, their visa situation makes them especially vulnerable to family and domestic violence. To address this, the Government is providing:

• $10 million over four years from 2023-24 to expand the family violence provisions within the Migration Regulations 1994 and support visa holders experiencing domestic and family violence, including secondary applicants for permanent visa subclasses, offshore temporary Partner visa applicants and Prospective Marriage visa holders.

These changes accompany our extension of the TVP and build on recent changes to ‘non-judicial’ evidence requirements for temporary visa holders coming forward for assistance.

Source: Joint-Media-Release---increased-support-to-end-violence-against-women-and-children.pdf

If you are a Registered Migration Agent or Lawyer and would like to attend a one-off online event which covers off the changes, it is on tomorrow at 9AM (Sydney time) with Immigration Lawyer, Arnela Tolic - 1 hour and 1 CPD/CLE point.  Book here:

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