Humanitarian visas law and practice - Afghan cases

The seminar is a partnership between RAILS and the Queensland Law Society to raise awareness about the critically important area of humanitarian visas.  It is also a call to practitioners to assist the deeply traumatised Afghan diaspora community in Australia wanting help for their relatives following the  recent Taliban takeover of Afghanistan. 

In this seminar  Dr Angus Francis, an expert refugee lawyer, will outline the law and practice around offshore refugee and humanitarian visas under the Migration Act and Regulations. We will  explore issues around preparing and lodging Class XB Humanitarian Visas for people at serious risk of harm, proposed by close family citizens or permanent residents in Australia.  We will also cover family migration opportunities and how to assist Australian citizens and visa holders in Afghanistan.

The webinar brings CPD points for lawyers subject to the rules of your state law society and for migration agents (MARA SM 626). Any enquiries to education@rails.org.au 

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Date
Time
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Venue

Online webinar.  REGISTER TO ATTEND HERE

Location
Brisbane
Event type
CPD
Cost

This is a free seminar. If you wish to donate to RAILS please visit https://www.rails.org.au/donate or contact our office.