Complex Cases

Sometimes, more complex immigration issues arise. We at TWGG will make it more simpler and ease of mind. We have more than 10 years in experience.

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Please contact TWGG at visa@twgg.com.au for more information.

There are plenty but the following are more important:

Family Violence and Your Visa

Family violence is any conduct that makes you reasonably fear for your safety or wellbeing. This can be actual or a threat, and directed at you, your family members, the alleged perpetrator's family members, or your or the alleged perpetrator's property.

Family violence can include:

The Department of Home Affairs can't help you in an emergency or support victims of family violence.

If you or your family are in danger, phone the Police on 000.

Family violence is a crime in Australia. You and your family members don't have to remain in a violent relationship to stay in Australia. You might still be able to be granted a visa if all of the following apply to you:

To prove you have suffered family violence, you must show us that: