Current Events


31 March 2015 marks one year since the Federal Government's cuts to legal funding for asylum seekers.

Young Liberty for Law Reform have put together a video calling on the Australian community to support organisations that provide free legal service to asylum seekers.

CASE has also signed a joint statement on the cuts.



Donations are urgently required to enable CASE to assist Unauthorised Maritime Arrivals:
see the A Fair Go For Asylum Seekers Appeal

Our Work

Our Work

People Assisted in 2014

808 - new clients were assisted throughout the year

55 - assisted with protection visas

175 - assisted with a family reunion visa

24 - applications lodged at the MRT/RRT

57 - nationalities assisted

5020 - hours of volunteer time contributed


Welcome to CASE for Refugees

CASE is a not for profit community legal centre that provides free legal advice, representation and advocacy to refugees, humanitarian visa holders and people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds who live in Western Australia.

We provide the following services:

For further information on any of the above services please click on the link.

If you wish to make an enquiry about our free service please come to the CASE office and register your personal details.

Our new opening hours, effective from July 2014, are Monday to Friday 9.00am - 12.00pm and then 1.00 - 3.00pm (closed for one hour between 12pm and 1pm).

Our ability to assist you will depend on the circumstances of your case and may be affected by our Centre's capacity at the time. We have limited appointments and target our services to assist the most disadvantaged.


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