Funding is now available for those who live in Queensland, arrived by boat (referred to as the legacy caseload), have been invited by the Minister to apply for a temporary protection visa and have insecure or no income due to their visa status.
A significant number of people seeking asylum live in the Logan area. An increasing number of them have had their income cut off due to a change in immigration policies.
Asylum Circle in partnership with State Government are managing transitional accommodation for single men seeking asylum experiencing financial hardship due of their visa status and current immigration policies.
Help us to help people who are seeking asylum right here in Bardon. Asylum circle is committed to supporting 15 asylum seeking people with food, go cards, accommodation and more while they live in our community and look for paid work.
Asylum Circle facilitates monthly stakeholder meetings for those working in the asylum seeker sector with the purpose of ensuring the most vulnerable people seeking asylum are supported.