Irregular Maritime Arrivals scheme is meant for those individuals who came on boat to Australia without owning any valid visa. The policy of the Australian Government has been modified. In case if you have arrived to Australia from the date of 13 August 2012, you can be shifted from Australia to a local processing nation. Shifting can be made to nations like Nauru or Papua New Guinea.
In case you have come to Australia prior to 13 August 2012.
In case you have come to Australia on boat without owning a valid visa before the date of 13 August 2012 and are demanding shelter in Australia, the permanent visa alternative offered to you is a Protection visa.
In case you have come to Australia on or after 13 August 2012.
All the individuals who have come to Australia by boat without owning a valid visa on or after the date of 13 August 2012 can be shifted to a local processing nation. This does not consider that whether or not you have come along with your family, or have your family members in Australia or you are less than 18 years of age.
In case you are shifted to mainland Australia due to functioning reasons, the local processing rule is still applicable to you.
Not considering of the nation that perform actions on your plea, as you come to Australia on boat your case will not be considered for relocation any sooner than if you had forwarded your request from abroad.
Even in the case if you are ultimately issued an Australian visa, you cannot get your family members to Australia using humanitarian regions. In case you obtain a permanent visa, your family members are just allowed to request for restricted regions in Australia's immigration policy.
Relocation judgments take into account your individual circumstances. Even though you are acknowledged as an expatriate, it is possible that you get a permanent visa after many years.
Also, in case you are recognised as a refugee, there is no assurance that you will be given a chance to permanently resettle in Australia.
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