You can find the latest updates from the Department of Home Affairs here.
People in Afghanistan can contact Awaaz Afghanistan who provide a toll-free, countrywide hotline number (410) that affected populations can dial to access information, you can visit their website here.
Individuals with ties to foreign governments, embassies, military, Non Government Organisations (NGOs) are advised to consult with those foreign entities to understand any opportunities for departure from inside or outside Afghanistan.
You can also seek help from the UNHCR Afghanistan through the ‘HELP’ website that is also now live and available here.
The UNHCR Afghanistan protection team welcomes additional questions/concerns, though due to the high volume of queries and the impact of the security situation, responses may be significantly delayed.
There is also information available on the Department of Home Affairs website.
“If you are in Afghanistan, or you are an Afghan national, and need to enquire about a visa or citizenship application contact +61 2 6196 0196”
The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) has information on visas via their factsheet, for those seeking help for people in Afghanistan or if you are Afghan living in Australia.
For further information, and to ensure that you have the most up to date information, we suggest that you check the DFAT website here.