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Help from Amnesty International.
Amnesty International may be able to help you by writing a report into the situation you will face if you were to be returned to your country. This is an important document in your application for refugee status. In order to prepare this report they will need to see your Protection Visa Statement, any material you gave to DIMIA or the RRT, as well as other relevant information.
Level 1, 79 Myrtle Street
Chippendale, NSW 2008
Locked Bag 23
Broadway NSW 2007
Ph: 8396 7645
Fax: 8396 7677
Help from the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR)
The Legal Protection Unit of the UNHCR may be able to help you by intervening in your case with the Department of Immigration. Note: The UNHCR does not intervene in all matters.
3 Lyons Place
Ph: 02 6260 3411
Fax: 02 6260 3477
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