Tuesday, August 27, 2013

ASIO Refugees

If you have come to this site to find out how you can help Sasi and other ASIO Refugees - thank you!

Sasikanthan Shanmugarayah has been in detention since December 2009.

His Protection Visa application is waiting for the Minister's signature.  Minister Burke can approve his visa during caretaker period.

If the Coalition win the election, it is unlikely Sasi's visa will be approved.

In that circumstance, and to assist the other 50 refugees, we need to continue to ask the government to release the refugees into community detention.

Learn more

You can find out more about Sasi and the issue by reading many of the pieces below including my travel blog to Sri Lanka in March 2013.

I have also written six articles on New Matilda 

You can also watch the 7:30 Report  piece on Sasi.



To help: 

1. Email Minister Burke and ask him to approve Sasi's visa prior to the election.  Minister@immi.gov.au  or Tony.Burke.MP@aph.gov.au 

2. Call Minister Burke's office: 


Parliament Office

Telephone:
(02) 6277 7860
Fax:
(02) 6273 6101

Electorate Office

(Principal Office)
Telephone:
(02) 9750 9088
Fax:
(02) 9750 9288


1 comment:

ranappi said...

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