FAQs

Who are The Humanitarian Group?

The Humanitarian Group (formerly CASE for Refugees) is a not-for-profit organisation focused on empowering vulnerable people by providing professional and accessible migration assistance, legal advice and education. We strive to do this in a way that embraces diversity and strengthens communities.

 
Who does The Humanitarian Group help?
 
We help people new to Western Australia from culturally and linguistically diverse 
backgrounds, including humanitarian visa holders, asylum seekers, refugees and people who are otherwise disadvantaged in their access to legal services.
 
 
What services does The Humanitarian Group provide?
 
  • Protection Visas
  • Family Reunion
  • General Legal Assistance
  • Community Legal Education
  • Professional Development

 

Am I eligible for help?

We assist people new to Australia who are now living in Western Australia. We assess people who need help on a case by case basis. Currently, we only assist people on a low-income who may not have access to other help. If you need help and think that you are eligible, come to our offices for more information.
 
 
How much do your services cost?
 
All of our services are provided completely free of charge to make sure we are accessible to those
who need us most.
 
 
English is not my first language, do you provide interpreters?
 
We provide interpreters so that people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds can understand their rights.
 
 
I am a member of the community who wants to get involved. How can I help?
 
There are several ways that you can get involved. You can donate, volunteer, attend our fundraising events or become a member.
 

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