With the number of people seeking to live in Australia expected to reach around one million in 2020, and the government’s goal of attracting 2.3 million refugees, it is imperative that people from the black and ethnic minority communities, as well as asylum seekers and other vulnerable groups, can get their visas.
So which visa is the right one for them?
Here are our five recommendations.
Visa Black card, white card: While white cards have long been accepted by many people in Australia, the number has been steadily decreasing over the past decade, with a record number of Australians applying for a white card last year.
The white card is a more secure option, and allows people to apply for permanent residence in Australia while their visa is being processed.
However, it’s also less flexible, requiring a three-month application period for both the first and second applications, and a further three months for each subsequent application.
If you’re a first-time applicant, it may not be possible to apply if you’re black.
And if you don’t meet the standard for the white card, you will not be able to get permanent residency in Australia.
Visa Blue card: The blue card is the most common form of residence in the country, with more than half of all Australians holding one.
The blue visa allows people from around the world to live and work in Australia for a minimum of three years.
However this card can only be applied for once per year.
People from the developing world, who are also eligible for the green card, do not require a blue card.
Visa Green card: In the past, many Australians have been able to apply to the green visa as a replacement for a visa issued under the refugee resettlement program, but this has recently been changed.
For people from outside the United States, the green is the only visa that allows them to apply.
The visa has been popular with many people who want to live, work and study in Australia and is the preferred visa choice for those with little to no ties to the US.
Visa Yellow card: It’s a popular option for those looking to live overseas and is available to all people regardless of their immigration status.
However if you have no ties or work in the US, this visa is not likely to be good for you.
It is generally only accepted by those who have a connection with the US embassy or consulate, which is often the case for people from Latin America.
However the visa can be extended to people from overseas with certain restrictions.
Visa Dual citizenship: It is commonly believed that dual citizens have the right to reside in Australia if they are already living in the jurisdiction of the Commonwealth.
However in practice, the law currently makes this an impossibility.
Dual citizenship means that you are neither a citizen of Australia nor a citizen or legal permanent resident of Australia.
In most jurisdictions, this does not mean you cannot get a green card.
However many dual citizens do not qualify for a green visa.
It’s recommended that you obtain a green or blue card to be able apply for a yellow or blue visa.
Visa Permanent residence: The green card is often used to obtain permanent residency, which allows you to live indefinitely in Australia without having to leave the country.
The green visa allows you indefinite stay in Australia with the right of return, but the process can take a long time.
This visa is often considered the most convenient option for Australians looking to stay in the community.
Visa Temporary residence: This is a much less restrictive visa option, but is only available to those who are eligible to do so.
This is often done for people who have no links with Australia, and are currently in the process of leaving the country or who have committed a crime.
If your application is rejected, you cannot return to your home country until you have completed your time in Australia under the green, and you will have to apply again.
Visa Aussie visa: The Aussie passport is the national document of Australia, allowing people to reside and work permanently in Australia even if they have not obtained citizenship.
It has been around for around a century, and is generally accepted by the Australian community.
However it is not considered a permanent residency visa.
There are also special requirements for people with a green, blue or yellow visa.
However these are less stringent than the requirements for the other visas.
Visa Citizenship: People with a blue or green visa are considered to have settled in Australia permanently.
They are allowed to stay and work here for up to 12 months, or until they are no longer a resident of the country they are currently living in.
The Green Card: This visa allows them access to permanent residency and citizenship.
The Australian Citizenship Act 1918 states that any person who has arrived in Australia as a result of their own or their parent’s arrival is entitled to permanent residence and citizenship if they: hold Australian citizenship, have lived here continuously for at least three years, and have obtained a green entry stamp from the Department of Immigration.
They must also prove they have a valid green card in their name