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Australian Immigration Officers to Visit Regional South Australia
Thursday, April 05, 2012
Officers from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) will visit Naracoorte on April 12 and Penola on April 13.
With the regional Community Status Resolution Service (CSRS) outreach program, people in communities outside capital cities who do not have a valid Australian visa or are currently on a bridging visa, can talk directly with an immigration officer about any specific issues they might face.
Accordingly, the DIAC's officer will be at Naracoorte and Penola in the coming visit to provide people living in Australia without a valid visa or who are concerned about their immigration status with information on immigration options.
"Our officers will be available to provide a range of information on departure and visa options and explain how the decisions you make now can affect your choices later on." said a departmental spokesman.
The spokesman also expressed the commitment of DIAC to ensure the integrity of Australian migration and visa programs.
"People must have a valid visa to remain in the country" he added. "In most circumstances, we can grant a short-term bridging visa to people while they sort out their immigration matter."
Individual appointments will be available at Naracoorte Town Hall, 95 Smith Street, Naracoorte, from 1-7pm on April 12 and at Penola Coonawarra Visitor Information Centre, 27 Arthur Street, Penola, from 10am-5pm on April 13.
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