Immigration officers visit Lismore

Immigration officers visit Lismore

People with immigration-related issues will be able to sit down and talk with immigration officers face-to-face next week as part of a Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) regional outreach trip.

These appointments attract a range of people, from farmers to small business owners, community groups to individuals, who might want information or just someone to talk them through a complex matter, a DIAC spokesperson said.

In the past, we have found that the most popular topics relate to citizenship, work visas, visas for family members and how to propose and sponsor refugees, the spokesman added.

The DIAC team is visiting Lismore next Tuesday, May 27, at the Lismore Neighbourhood Centre, from 9am.

For bookings phone 6621 7397.


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