Where to get migration assistance in South Australia

The Legal Services Commission offers free advice about most visa types and migration issues, with the exception of student visas and work visas.

The Australian Refugee Association provides assistance to refugees in the community. They may be able to assist with a broad range of visa applications, for which a fee is usually charged.

All these services have limited funding and criteria about who they can assist. People seeking assistance should contact the organisation directly to find out whether they satisfy the criteria for assistance.

Advice about student visas and skilled visas must usually be obtained from a private migration agent. Contact details for migration agents in South Australia can be obtained from the Migration Agents Registration Authority.

The Legal Services Commission (SA)
159 Gawler Place
Adelaide SA 5000
Tel: 1300 366 424
http://www.lsc.sa.gov.au/
The Australian Refugee Association
304 Henley Beach Road
Underdale SA 5032
Tel: (08) 8354 2951
http://www.ausref.net/
Migration Agents Registration Authority
(for referral to private, registered migration agents)
Tel: (02) 9299 5446
http://www.mara.com.au/
Where to get migration assistance in South Australia  :  Last Revised: Tue Apr 15th 2014
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