Community Support Program (CSP)

Community Support Program (CSP)

The Community Support Programme is a stream within Australia’s humanitarian programme which allows communities, businesses, families and individuals to help someone in humanitarian need resettle in Australia.

Under this programme the proposer will be a community organisation that is approved by the Department of Home Affairs. The list of ‘Approved Proposing Organisations’ can be found on the Department’s website. There are additional requirements and fees that apply to this programme.

There is a limited number of visas every year which form part of the government’s Refugee and Humanitarian program. Those aged between 18 and 50, with functional English skills, an offer of employment and from a resettlement priority country will be prioritised.

Community Support Program Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for the CSP you must:

  • Be outside of your home county and outside of Australia;
  • Be subject to significant discrimination in your home country;
  • Satisfy all Global Special Humanitarian visa (subclass 202) criteria;
  • Be aged between 18 and 50;
  • Have adequate English skills to be demonstrated in an interview; and
  • Have a valid job offer or skills to obtain a job.

If you meet the above requirements, you must engage with an APO who will help you submit your application and ensure your settlement in Australia.

To learn about accessing the services offered by a Community Support Program or supporting your local Community Support Program, book a free 15-minute consultation with us.

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