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Protection, Refugee & Humanitarian Visas

Pursuant to the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees 1951 (‘Refugee Convention’), as amended by the 1967 Protocol (‘the Protocol’), Australia offers different types of protection to non-citizens within Australia who can prove that they are a refugee. Generally, Australia has an obligation to provide protection to refugees within its territory, and not to return those people to a place where their lives/freedoms would be threatened on the basis of their race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion. Australia also offers ‘Complementary Protection’ to non-citizens within Australia who do not meet the definition of a ‘refugee’ but can demonstrate that they will suffer ‘significant harm’ if they are removed from Australia.

What is a refugee?

Refugee — is a person “owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality and is unable, or owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country; or who, not having a nationality and being outside the country of his or her habitual residence, is unable, or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to return to it.”(Article 1A(2) of the Refugee Convention). Therefore, to obtain refugee status, you must prove that you have a well-founded fear of being persecuted and the persecution feared is because of your:

  • race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion; and
  • you are:
    • outside your country of nationality and unable or unwilling (due to the fear of persecution), to avail yourself of the protection of that country; or
    • without nationality and outside your country of former habitual residence and
    • unable or unwilling (due to their fear of persecution), to return to that country.

On 29th June 2015, the Australian Government has made several changes to Australia’s processes for assessing asylum claims, including shifting the burden of proof on to asylum seekers, removing the references to the Refugee Convention from Australia’s migration legislation, removing the reasonableness test from consideration of relocation options for people facing persecution, requiring the Administrative Appeals Tribunal to draw unfavorable inferences about the credibility of refugee claims in some circumstances and creating new grounds to deny Protection visas to people who provide false identity documents. Thus, a well-founded fear of persecution due to race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion is the basis of the new definition of a ‘refuge’. One of the stated bases for persecution must be essential and the significant reason for persecution The applicant cannot return to any part of their home country for fear of this persecution The persecution involves both ‘serious harm’ to the person and ‘systematic and discriminatory’ conduct The definition uses the context of what is occurring ‘today’ in the home country to assess the risk to applicants or membership of particular social group: Can be members of the same family – a member of the family unit is exposed to the persecution Each member of the particular social group share the characteristics and it is intrinsic and so fundamental to their identity, that it cannot or should not be forced to be changed. Distinguishes the group from the rest of society Cannot be a fear of persecution alone.

What is ‘Serious harm’?

‘Serious harm’ is defined as:

  • A threat to life or liberty;
  • Significant physical harassment or ill-treatment of the person;
  • Significant economic hardship that threatens the ability to subsist;
  • Denial of access to basic services that threaten the ability to subsist;
  • Denial of capacity to earn a livelihood of any kind and threatens the capacity to subsist.

The ‘complementary protection’ definition of ‘significant harm’ includes:

  • Arbitrary denial of life;
  • Death penalty to be carried out;
  • Torture;
  • Cruel or inhumane treatment or punishment;
  • Degrading treatment or punishment.

What is ‘complementary protection’?

Complementary Protection’ is an additional form of protection which was introduced into Australian legislation to reflect Australia’s obligations under various international treaties:

  • The 1984 Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment;
  • The 1966 Covenant on Civil and Political Rights;
  • The 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child;

The new ‘Complementary Protection’ legislation applies to all new protection visa applications made on or after the 24th of March 2012 (and to all applications which had not been finally determined by that date). Complementary Protection may be granted to: ‘[A] non-citizen in Australia to whom the Minister is satisfied that Australia has protection obligations because the Minister has substantial grounds for believing that, as a necessary and foreseeable consequence of the non-citizen being removed from Australia to a receiving country, there is a real risk that the non-citizen will suffer significant harm.’ Section 36(2)(aa) of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) ‘Significant harm’ is defined as one of five things:

  • Arbitrary deprivation of life;
  • That the death penalty will be carried out;
  • Torture;
  • Cruel and inhuman treatment or punishment; and/or
  • Degrading treatment or punishment.

There is no real risk of significant harm if:

  • it would be reasonable for the applicant to relocate to another area of the country or;
  • the applicant could obtain protection from an authority of the country or;
  • the risk is one faced by the population generally and not the applicant personally.

What is the First asylum country?

Due to the existing opportunities and circumstances, a person seeking refugee status can escape from a country of a usual residence in various ways: by crossing the physical border with a neighboring country, taking refuge in the embassy of a foreign country on the territory of the country of a usual residence or by asking for protection from the country in which this person arrived as a visitor, student, etc. However, this does not provide grounds for asylum. Often countries refuse to accept a person on a long or permanent term, questioning the “criticality” of the person’s situation and person’s refugee status in general. After arriving somehow in the country of the first asylum, a person seeking refugee status may not always be granted asylum in this country due to the various factors:

  • Domestic laws of this country recognize the right to seek asylum but do not oblige a country to provide it;
  • Economic, demographic, financial capabilities of this country;
  • Civil conflicts, wars, and genocide taking place in this country;
  • Ability to host large refugee populations, as a result of the mass flight to this country.

In such cases, refugee status determinations and resettlement are carried out by field offices of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) who provide essential support in the countries of the first asylum. Many refugees cannot return to their home country because of continued conflict, wars, and persecution. Many also live in perilous situations or have specific needs that cannot be addressed in the country where they have sought protection. In such circumstances, UNHCR helps resettle refugees to a third country participating in the resettlement program according to the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees 1951 (‘Refugee Convention’ ) according to the quotas allocated by these countries. Australia as one of the 144 resettlement countries takes part in UNHCR’s resettlement program, providing a sizeable number of places annually. United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees 1951 (‘Refugee Convention’ ) does not define how countries are to determine whether an individual meets the definition of a refugee. Instead, the establishment of asylum proceedings and refugee status determinations are left to each country to develop. That is why despite the fact that Australia has an obligation to provide protection to refugees within its territory, the Australian Government removed the references to the Refugee Convention from Australia’s migration legislation, thus making decisions based upon the specifics of its region and domestic legislation. Resettlement Countries provide the refugee with legal and physical protection, including access to civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights similar to those enjoyed by nationals. If the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) approves a person seeking refugee status as a First asylum country refugee, then this person will be indicated the resettlement country of further residence. It can be any of the 144 countries participating in the “Refugee Convention” – not necessarily Australia. This person will be obliged to agree with the UNHCR decision and will be relocated to this country. In case of objections from a person with a First asylum country refugee status regarding resettlement in the country designated as a permanent residence (asylum), the refugee status is canceled with subsequent deportation to the country of the person’s initial stay.

What are the relevant refugee and humanitarian visa subclasses?

The Australian Humanitarian Programme consists of two components and has two important functions:

  • The onshore component of the Refugee and Humanitarian component fulfills Australia’s international obligations by offering protection to people already in Australia and who wish to apply for protection (or asylum).
  • The offshore resettlement component expresses Australia’s commitment to refugee protection by going beyond these obligations and offering resettlement to people overseas for whom this is the most appropriate option.

What onshore humanitarian/protection visas are available?

What offshore resettlement visas available?

How can I help you obtain Australian refugee status and prepare your visa application documents?

From the 12th of March 2014, all requests regarding obtaining refugee status, assessment of individual circumstances, and assistance with the confirmation of refugee status in relation to individuals and their family members are carried out only within the Detailed Migration Consultation in accordance with the requirements of “Code of Conduct sec. 2.6-2.7”. Within the consultation, we will review your circumstances and provide guidance of what is possible and necessary to do in your specific situation in order to prove your status to delegate of the Department of Home Affairs (DoHA) and therefore to facilitate a pathway to permanent residence. As part of the consultation, recommendations will be developed and given regarding a possible immigration strategy, and what exactly can be done specifically in your case for immigration to Australia as a refugee. If you need advice, please follow the link below for a paid consultation. Based on the information received during the paid consultation, you can make an informative decision and start the immigration process. All requests for assistance in obtaining refugee status in Australia will be considered by me as the highest priority. If you find yourself in a similar situation, do not hesitate, contact me on this matter.

This page provides summary information on February 23, 2024. Australian immigration law is complex and it changes on a regular basis. If you have any additional questions or require further clarification, please, do not hesitate and contact me regarding this matter and, if appropriate, to arrange a mutually convenient time for an appointment.

Australian Registered Migration Agent
Viktor Ovcharenko
MARN 0964258

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Reality Maker PTY. LTD. ATF RM (Reality-Maker) is committed to providing quality services to you and this policy outlines our ongoing obligations to you in respect of how we manage your Personal Information.

We have adopted the National Privacy Principles (NPPs) contained in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (the Privacy Act). The NPPs govern the way in which we collect, use, disclose, store, secure, and dispose of your Personal Information.

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All personal information collected is kept under strict confidence in accordance with the Migration Agents code of conduct. This Code can be found online.

What is Personal Information and why do we collect it?

Personal Information is information or an opinion that identifies an individual. Examples of Personal Information we collect: names, addresses, email addresses, phone, educational and employment backgrounds, family composition, and other relevant matters to assess your suitability for a visa, immigration, and citizenship matters.

This Personal Information is obtained in many ways including interviews, correspondence, by telephone and facsimile, by email, via our website,,, from media and publications, from other publicly available sources, from cookies- and from third parties. We don’t guarantee website links or policies of authorized third parties.

We collect your Personal Information for the primary purpose of providing our services to you, providing information to our clients and marketing. We may also use your Personal Information for secondary purposes closely related to the primary purpose, in circumstances where you would reasonably expect such use or disclosure. You may unsubscribe from our mailing/marketing lists at any time by contacting us in writing.

When we collect Personal Information we will, where appropriate and where possible, explain to you why we are collecting the information and how we plan to use it.

Sensitive Information

Sensitive information is defined in the Privacy Act to include information or opinion about such things as an individual’s racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, membership of a political association, religious or philosophical beliefs, membership of a trade union or other professional body, criminal record or health information.

Sensitive information will be used by us only:

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  • For a secondary purpose that is directly related to the primary purpose

  • With your consent; or where required or authorized by law.

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You may update your email address to our email address, quoting your Full Name and Reference Number. If you do not provide us with a correct email address, you may not receive important information regarding your matter. We may use your email as a reference number to protect any information relevant to the service we are providing to you.

Your email address will not be shared with any organization external to us. It is our policy not to sell, trade, or rent your personal information to any third party.

It is our policy to only email marketing material to customers who give us permission to do so. By agreeing to these Terms and Conditions you give us this permission. If we send you an email other than an email containing no more than factual information (for example, an email advising you that these Terms and Conditions have changed), we will give you the option of not receiving further communications of this nature. This will allow you to opt-out of receiving emails containing marketing material at any time you wish.

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We may use your Mobile Phone number and any other instant messaging services associated with it to send any information relevant to the service we are providing to you.

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You need to keep your Mobile Phone number current. You may update your Mobile Phone number by contacting us via e-mail

Please contact Reality-Maker Pty Ltd ATF RM Trust if:

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Any associated with your mobile phone instant messaging services you use to communicate with us is not in use.

We recommend that you nominate a Mobile Phone that is used by you exclusively. If the Mobile Phone is also used by other people, they may receive, or be able to access messages intended for you as part of the services provided by us.

Your Mobile Phone number or any other instant messaging services associated with it will not be shared with any organization external to us. It is our policy not to sell, trade, or rent your personal information to any third party.

Third Parties

Where reasonable and practicable to do so, we will collect your Personal Information only from you. However, in some circumstances, we may be provided with information by third parties. In such a case we will take reasonable steps to ensure that you are made aware of the information provided to us by the third party.

Disclosure of Personal Information

Your Personal Information may be disclosed in a number of circumstances including the following:

  • Third parties where you consent to the use or disclosure; and

  • Where required or authorized by law.

Security of Personal Information

Your Personal Information is stored in a manner that reasonably protects it from misuse and loss and from unauthorized access, modification, or disclosure.

When your Personal Information is no longer needed for the purpose for which it was obtained, we will take reasonable steps to destroy or permanently de-identify your Personal Information. However, most of the Personal Information is or will be stored in client files which will be kept by us for a minimum of 7 years.

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You may access the Personal Information we hold about you and to update and/or correct it, subject to certain exceptions. If you wish to access your Personal Information, please contact us in writing.

Reality-Maker will not charge any fee for your access request but may charge an administrative fee for providing a copy of your Personal Information.

In order to protect your Personal Information, we may require identification from you before releasing the requested information.

Maintaining the Quality of your Personal Information

It is important to us that your Personal Information is up to date. We will take reasonable steps to make sure that your Personal Information is accurate, complete, and up-to-date. If you find that the information we have is not up to date or is inaccurate, please advise us as soon as practicable so we can update our records and ensure we can continue to provide quality services to you.

Policy Updates

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GDPR Compliance – Reality-Maker

This privacy policy will explain how our organization uses the personal data we collect from you when you use our website,,

What data do we collect?

Our Company collects the following data:

  • Personal identification information (Name, email address, phone number, etc.)

  • Educational and employment details. Family composition and visa specific details to assess your eligibility.

How do we collect your data?

You directly provide Our Company with most of the data we collect. We collect data and process data when you:

  • Register online or place an order for any of our products or services.

  • Voluntarily complete a questionnaire or provide feedback on any of our message boards or via email.

  • Use or view our website via your browser’s cookies.

Our Company may also receive your data indirectly from the following sources:

  • Collect chat

  • Acuity Scheduling

How will we use your data?

Our Company collects your data so that we can:

  • Determine your eligibility and assist with your application and manage your account.

  • Email you with immigration updates products and services we think you might like.

If you agree, Our Company will share your data with our partner companies so that they may offer you their products and services.

When Our Company processes your order, it may send your data to, and also use the resulting information from, credit reference agencies to prevent fraudulent purchases.

How do we store your data?

Our Company will keep your personal data for 7 years. Once this time period has expired, we will delete your data automatically.


Our Company would like to send you information about products and services of ours that we think you might like.

If you have agreed to receive marketing, you may always opt-out at a later date.

You have the right at any time to stop Our Company from contacting you for marketing purposes.

If you no longer wish to be contacted for marketing purposes, please .

What are your data protection rights?

Our Company would like to make sure you are fully aware of all of your data protection rights. Every user is entitled to the following:

  • The right to access– You have the right to request Our Company for copies of your personal data. We may charge you a small fee for this service.
  • The right to rectification– You have the right to request that Our Company correct any information you believe is inaccurate. You also have the right to request Our Company to complete the information you believe is incomplete.
  • The right to erasure– You have the right to request that Our Company erase your personal data, under certain conditions.
  • The right to restrict processing– You have the right to request that Our Company restrict the processing of your personal data, under certain conditions.
  • The right to object to processing– You have the right to object to Our Company’s processing of your personal data, under certain conditions.
  • The right to data portability– You have the right to request that Our Company transfer the data that we have collected to another organization, or directly to you, under certain conditions.

If you make a request, we have one month to respond to you. If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please contact us at our .


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What types of cookies do we use?

There are a number of different types of cookies, however, our website uses:

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Changes to our privacy policy

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