اخوان دزيتلهم رسالة للسفارة الاسترالية وان الجواب Dear Sir/Madam
Thank you for your recent email inquiry about a Refugee and Humanitarian visa to Australia.
The Refugee and Humanitarian Visa is for people who are subject to persecution or substantial discrimination amounting to gross violation of human rights in their home country and have fled their mistreatment. To apply for a Refugee and Humanitarian Visa you must be living outside your home country and outside Australia.
This office is unable to provide advice on whether you would be eligible to enter Australia on refugee or humanitarian grounds. However we can provide you with general information about the eligibility criteria. Please see Form 964i Entry to Australia: Offshore Humanitarian Program which is attached below.
Refugee Visas and registering with the UNHCR
Applications referred by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) will be given priority by the Australian Embassy, Amman. If you feel you are in danger, you should register with the nearest office of the UNHCR. If UNHCR assesses that you are a refugee whose life and freedom depends on urgent resettlement, they may refer the case to the Australian Embassy. The Australian Embassy will then assess this case against Australia’s visa criteria.
Special Humanitarian Program (SHP) Visa
The SHP Visa is for people who are not refugees as defined in the Refugees Convention. It is for people who are in refugee-like situations and have links to Australia.
To be considered for a SHP Visa you must have a proposer to support your application. Your proposer can be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, eligible New Zealand citizen or a community organisation. Before proposing an application, the proposer should carefully consider their obligations. See Form 681 Refugee and special humanitarian proposal attached below for more information.
Special provisions for immediate family members (Split Family)
Special provisions exist for the immediate family members of permanent Refugee and Humanitarian visa holders and permanent protection visa holders. These are called split family provisions.
People applying under the split family provisions must be proposed for entry by their immediate family member in Australia who holds a permanent humanitarian visa.
More information on all these visa options can be found at http://www.immi.gov.au/refugee/migrating/index.htm
Please also find attached below detailed information on the Refugee and Humanitarian Visa, including eligibility, lodgement procedures and application forms.
· Form 964i Entry to Australia: Offshore Humanitarian Program
· Form 842 Application for an offshore humanitarian visa
· Form 681 Refugee and special humanitarian proposal
Immigration and Citizenship Section
Australian Embassy, Amman
Tel: +962-6-580 7070
09.00 AM-12.00 Noon Sunday to Thursday
Fax: +962-6-580 7072
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