About 85-98% of refugees come by plane, making it the most common way for refugees come to Australia.
Only an elite few refugees come by plane (they are wealthier) as the greatest number of refugees come by boat.
Most refugees, especially those closer to Australia, like on the Gulfs of Asia, travel by train and bus. Only the more unfortunate travel on boat and even less fortunate travel on plane.
They are onboard their mode of transport to their refuge country.
When they are living in another country, often a refugee camp.
When they apply to a special gathering AAP meeting onboard their mode of transport.
Melbourne, from 1954-Now
Vietnam, from 1975-Now
Eastern Europe, from 1947-1954
Somebody who is seeking refuge but hasn't been granted permission to enter or leave their country or the country they are going to.
Same thing as a refugee.
Somebody who runs or assists in the developement and runthrough of escape vessels and planes.
War, because, alongside of or just religious beliefs.
All of the above.
None of the above.
Grant visas to people who are in a 'refugee-like situation'.
They are granted to people that, without charity, would illegally come into the country or not be able to flee.
Helps people that feel 'displaced within [Australia]' travel to another country that may help them fit in with their religious beliefs.
It helps young girls (women of the future) that are in a risky work place in an under-developed country seek a better job over-seas that will help provide for her family without putting herself at risk.
It helps women and girls if they are in danger.
It helps women and girls that are in danger and without protection of a male relative.
Visa from Danger
IARP (International to Australian Refuge Persons)