Family Violence- Partner visa In the surge of COVID19 pandemic, there are thousands of couple who became unemployed in Australia.

Family Violence- Partner visa

In the surge of COVID19 pandemic, there are thousands of couple who became unemployed in Australia. Statistics shows that this increased the family violence rate, especially when there is a huge financial burden upon couple. In addition, being at home for extensive days makes couple feel agitated and easy to get mad to each other.

If you are waiting for a Partner visa in Australia and think you are a family violence victim, please follow following steps:

1. Identify yourself if you are a victim of threat that make you feel fear for your and your family’s wellbeing and safety. It includes physical violence, sexual assult, stalking, financial abuse or verbal abuse.

2. If in emergecy, call 000.

3. If not in emergency, contact local Police. They will help you to obtain Restraining order, which protects you from perpetrator.

4. Seek professional help from migration agent or directly contact Immigration Department (phone 131 881)

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