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 Dr Sirous Ahmadi

MARN : 0854826

AN : 201200092

:Office in Sydney 

Suite 10&11,Level 3, 48 George St,Parramatta,NSW,2150,Australia

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تماس مستقیم از تهران به دفتر سیدنی با  شماره88174991 و یا Skype ID: admin.visayab بدون هزینه تماس خارج از کشور از 2 صبح تا 10 صبح ایران روزهای دوشنبه تا جمعه

In a following link you could find a detail speech of Senator Michaelia Cash in a latest MIA Conference which was held in Oct. 2014 in Canberra
The Conference was about  future plans and programmes of Government and Department of Immigration in 2015-16


To listen to Dr Ahmadi's interview with radio SBS about the latest changes of Australian visas, click here 


THOUSANDS of refugees could be released into regions with labour shortages, under a Coalition deal struck with Clive Palmer to clear Labor’s backlog of 30,000 unprocessed asylum claimants.

Under the deal, announced by Immigration Minister Scott Morrison, verified refugees in Australian custody would be given the option of applying for either a three-year “temporary protection visa” or a five-year “safe haven enterprise visa”.
Refugees who opt for a SHEV would be “required to confine themselves to designated regions” with labour shortages, but would be rewarded with the chance to seek an onshore visa if they can stay off welfare benefits for three-and-a-half years.
The asylum seekers will be “fast-tracked” through a new Immigration Assessment Authority, rather than the existing Refugee Review Tribunal, which will be “under no duty to accept or request new information or interview an applicant”.
Verified refugees who opt for TPVs would be allowed to live, work and claim welfare benefits wherever they please. But TPVs would expire every three years, allowing the government to reconsider whether the refugee still needed protection.

Refugees on both TPVs and SHEVs would be barred from seeking family reunion and would not be allowed to re-enter Australia if they leave. They will never be allowed to apply for a permanent refugee protection visa.


    Australian Senates Voted to reopen the family visas which closed in June 2014 including:

    Parent visa (subclass 103)

    Aged Parent visa (subclass 804)

    Aged Dependent Relative visa (subclasses 114 and 838)

    Remaining Relative visa (subclasses 115 and 835)

    Carer visa (subclasses 116 and 836).


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