Living in limbo

Living in limbo

After arriving by boat to Australia, Sayeh and her family were detained, relocated, and eventually moved into the community.
Yet despite getting out of detention, the outcome was bittersweet.

Sayeh and her family were put on Temporary Protection Visas, which mean they have limited access to settlement services, reduced job prospects, and live in a constant state of uncertainty.

Moreover, they are forced to reapply every few years and have been told they will never be granted permanent visas.

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