SydWest works with partner organisations to build social cohesion and to ensure that individual and community needs are being met and that people and groups can become empowered. We work closely with schools, TAFEs and Universities, Local Councils, State and Federal Government departments, as well as other community organisations and service providers.
Legal Aid NSW’s Immigration Service
Legal Aid NSW’s Immigration Service provide free legal advice, assistance and representation about refugee law and other immigration matters. They can assist people who want a visa to live in Australia, or if they have questions about their immigration status in Australia. They can also give advice about sponsoring family members, most family, refugee and humanitarian visas, temporary visas, resident visas and Australian citizenship and more.
Legal Aid NSW cannot not give advice about Economic Stream Migrations, Retirement visas, withdrawal of sponsorship or assurance of support, or Student visas.
Please contact SydWest on 9621 6633 to make an appointment.Call for an Appointment (02) 9621 6633More about Legal Aid
Legal Advice for Refugees
Solicitors from Legal Aid’s Refugee Service are available to give free advice to clients who have been in Australia for less than six years and arrived on a refugee or humanitarian visa.
They give advice about immigration including sponsoring family members and citizenship, fines, housing, Centrelink, discrimination, employment, car accidents, complaints about government agencies, victims compensation and debt.
Solicitors see clients by appointment only.
Please contact SydWest on 9621 6633 to make an appointment.Call for an Appointment (02) 9621 6633