Topic "Migrants And Refugees" in Swahili (kenyan) - total 6 documentsTitle: Family violence and partner visas factsheet
Summary: Partner visa holders do not have to remain in an abusive relationship to stay in Australia In Australia, domestic and family violence is not accepted. A partner, family members or other people in the community cannot threaten your visa status. If you hold a temporary Partner visa (subclass 300, 309 or 820) and experience family violence and your relationship ends, there are provisions in Australia’s migration laws to allow you to continue with your permanent Partner visa (subclass 100 or 801) application. If you or someone you know is in danger call the police on 000. Police in Australia are safe and can be trusted. For free, confidential counselling and information call 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732. If you need a free interpreter call 131 450.
Title: Forced and early marriage factsheet
Summary: Forcing anybody to get married is a serious crime in Australia In Australia, people are free to choose whether to get married. It is illegal to take or send someone to another country for forced marriage or get someone else to organise this Forced and early marriage is sometimes linked with moving people to another country or across borders against their will, and this is illegal. Contact details of support services are provided in this brochure
Title: Health undertaking
Summary: A health undertaking is required for applicants whose health examination indicated exposure to tuberculosis or other health conditions of concern.
Title: Mental health in a changing world - the impact of culture and diversity
Summary: Culture can strongly influence understanding and acceptance of mental illness
Title: Sexual Assault factsheet
Summary: In Australia, it is against the law to sexually assault anyone. A person who commits sexual assault can go to jail, whether they are a man or a woman. Sexual assault can include: forcing anyone to have sex or perform sexual acts; forcing anyone to watch pornography; or having sex or performing sexual acts with a child.
Title: Your Rights in Victoria
Summary: In Victoria it is against the law for someone to discriminate against you because of your race, religion, sex, political beliefs and many other things.
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