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Other Visas


Other Visas



The subclass 866 visa is for people who engage Australia’s protection obligations because they are a refugee or meet the complementary protection criteria in the Migration Act 1958. You and any eligible family members included in the application must be in Australia when you apply for this visa.


What You Can Do

This visa allows you to live and work in Australia as a permanent resident and have access to Medicare and Centrelink services.


Applicant Requirements

You may be eligible for this visa if:

tickyou are claiming Australia’s protection

tickyou meet one of the following criteria:

          tick2you are a refugee as defined by the Migration Act 1958

          tick2you meet the complementary protection criteria in the Migration Act 1958

tickyou are not barred from lodging a Protection visa application

tickthe minister is satisfied that the grant of the visa is in the national interest

tickmeet health and character requirements



Australia’s Protection Obligations

According to the Migration Act 1958, refugees are people who are outside their home country and cannot return because they have a well-founded fear of persecution due to their:



tickPolitical opinion


tickMembership in a particular social group


Australia is obliged under the Refugees Convention to provide protection to refugees and to ensure they are not returned to any place where they are likely to face persecution for one of the five grounds under the Migration Act 1958.

Protection can also be provided to people who cannot be returned to their home country because they engage Australia's complementary protection obligations.

People engage in protection in Australia under complementary protection obligations if there is a real risk that if they return to their home country they will suffer any of the following types of significant harm:

tickArbitrary deprivation of life

tickThe death penalty


tickCruel treatment or punishment

tickDegrading treatment or punishment


Australia's obligation not to return people who might be subject to such harm derives from international human rights treaties to which Australia is a party. These treaties are the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CAT).



The subclass 200 visa is for people outside Australia, living outside their home country, and being persecuted in their home country.

To be considered for resettlement in Australia under this visa, you would usually need to be referred by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to the Australian Government


What You Can Do

This is a permanent residence visa. It allows you to:

tickStay in Australia indefinitely

tickWork and study in Australia

tickEnroll in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses

tickAccess certain social security payments

tickApply for Australian citizenship (after you have lived in Australia for four years)

tickPropose family members for permanent residence

tickAttend English language classes



Applicant Requirements

You may be eligible for this visa if you:

tickAre outside Australia

tickAre living outside your home country

tickAre persecuted in your home country

tickMeet health and character requirements





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