Migration Resources


Resources specific to the current situation in Afghanistan

These resources are relevant, no matter which state in Australia you are from. Some cover advice if you have family/friend in Afghanistan or outside of Afghanistan.

Events

  • Information session for Afghan Community: Access and RAILS invite you to an evening information session on migration pathways to Australia. pdfClick here for information. pdfClick here for Flyer in Dari
  • Every Wednesday there are sessions run in Dari by Foundation House which cover what supports are available for Afghans impacted by the crisis (eg. Counselling) and what legal pathways they may have to bring family to Australia. Join by clicking here.

Where can I get migration advice from?

The Australian Government does not provide pre-lodgement migration advice. It encourages people to find visa information by visiting the Department of Home Affairs website or the Embassy / Consulate / High Commission website for the country they are in.

Once on that website you can visit the visa finder. To locate a migration agent in your local area click here.

Free Services:
Fee for Service providers:

Locate a migration lawyer in your state:

 

Other supports

The Forum of Australian Services for Survivors of Torture and Trauma (FASSTT) Members who can provide counselling supports (all states and territories listed): click here

Settlement and other migration supports are available across NSW via our NSW Settlement Partnership (NSP) service providers:


SSI sends our thoughts to the Afghan community living in Australia and abroad, including our staff, community members and their families who have connections to this region.

For additional support and resources click here.