Immigration and Domestic Violence
IARC offers free legal advice and assistance to people experiencing vulnerability and gives priority appointments to people experiencing domestic and family violence (DFV).
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Visas and Citizenship
IARC’s Visas and Citizenship practice provides information, referrals, advice, and representation services to people experiencing vulnerability in the following areas of immigration law: Family visas; Protection visas; Refugee and Humanitarian visas; Visa cancellations; Australian citizenship; and other temporary visas such as Bridging or Visitor visas.
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Visa Assist
Visa Assist is delivered in partnership with Unions NSW and aims to empower migrant workers to enforce their workplace rights by providing expert immigration advice to union members in NSW.
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Immigration and Domestic Violence
IARC offers free legal advice and assistance to people experiencing vulnerability and gives priority appointments to people experiencing domestic and family violence (DFV).
LEARN MORE
Visas and Citizenship
IARC’s Visas and Citizenship practice provides information, referrals, advice, and representation services to people experiencing vulnerability in the following areas of immigration law: Family visas; Protection visas; Refugee and Humanitarian visas; Visa cancellations; Australian citizenship; and other temporary visas such as Bridging or Visitor visas.
LEARN MORE
Visa Assist
Visa Assist is delivered in partnership with Unions NSW and aims to empower migrant workers to enforce their workplace rights by providing expert immigration advice to union members in NSW.
LEARN MORE
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The Immigration Advice and Rights Centre (IARC) is a specialist, not-for-profit community legal centre (CLC) with over 35 years’ experience in migration law and policy. 

IARC’s vision is for a fair and just immigration system for everyone, regardless of means. IARC assists migrants experiencing vulnerability in New South Wales through the provision of free legal information, advice, and casework services. 

IARC also provides community legal education, produces fact sheets, undertakes law reform and policy activities, and collaborates with other organisations in the legal and social justice/human rights sector on individual matters and systemic issues. 

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