These seminars will provide participants with an overview of a variety of topics related to immigration.
The Immigration Advice and Rights Centre is a not-for-profit, specialist community legal centre providing free legal advice and assistance in immigration and citizenship law to people throughout New South Wales.
IARC has developed four FREE online lunchtime sessions catering towards services and service workers that support migrants, people on temporary visas, people who experience Domestic and Family Violence, and people seeking asylum.
Seminars will be held from 12 – 1pm on the following dates:
Thursday 18 March 2021: Partner visas
Thursday 15 April 2021: Family violence and immigration
Thursday 13 May: New Zealand Citizens
Thursday 17 June 2021: Refugee and Humanitarian visas
Book for the seminars here.The seminars will provide participants with:
an overview of a variety of topics related to immigration
a better understanding of the immigration process
the skills to identify an immigration problem, and
information about where and how to refer a client for expert legal advice and information.
Bring your lunch along and log into Zoom to learn more about immigration.
What is IARC?
As a community legal centre, IARC's mission is to help those with the greatest need. IARC's clients are financially disadvantaged, come from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and often speak little or no English. Many experience multiple layers of disadvantage including homelessness, low education levels and disability. They have often experienced torture and trauma. Nearly half the clients assisted by IARC have experienced or are at risk of domestic and family violence. Learn more at Immigration and Advice and Rights Centre.