The visa situation of many migrant women makes them vulnerable to domestic violence. Interestingly, the government is taking a few measures to support women.
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It will provide $10 million over four years from 2023-24 for the expansion of the family violence provisions within the Migration Regulation 1994. This is being done to support visa holders facing domestic violence. However, it also includes secondary applicants for permanent visa subclasses, Prospective Marriage visa holders, and offshore temporary Partner visa applicants.
Don’t forget that these measures reflect the extension of the TVP, including the recent changes to non-judicial evidence requirements for individuals holding temporary visas who are coming forward to seek support and assistance.
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