IARC provides a range of free resources to help the community better understand Australian immigration law and know their rights.
Often people only need information, rather than personalised advice, to better understand their situation. Sometimes the information that you need can be found in IARC’s fact sheets without the need to book an appointment for tailored, personalised legal advice.
Part of IARC’s mission is to advocate for a fairer immigration system and we do that, not only by offering advice and information to clients who can’t afford private migration agents, but also by engaging with public policy and law reform debates.
Policy and law reform submissions
21 July 2023
On 21 July 2023, IARC and Unions NSW made a joint submission to the Migration Amendment (Strengthening Employer Compliance) Bill 2023. We provide advice and recommendations to improve rights of migrant workers in Australia.Download
15 December 2022
On 15 December 2022, IARC and Unions NSW made a joint submission to assist the government in the development of a new migration strategy.Download
28 February 2022
Nearly 50% of the work we do at our centre is related to DFV, and in 2020/2021 IARC provided over 1100 individual legal services to more than 350 temporary visa holders experiencing family violence.Download
28 January 2022
This joint submission with Unions NSW draws on the knowledge gained from our Visa Assist partnership to offer recommendations to improve working conditions for migrant workers.Download