DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION AUSTRALIA Contact Customer Service
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection is an arm of the Australian government that deals with the movement of individuals in and out of the country. The need for an immigration service really came in to being after World War II, with over 7 million people making the permanent move into the country since 1945. Immigration Australia is in charge of vetting the applications immigration applications that are delivered in a rather steady stream, and for making sure that every resident of the country is there legally. Getting in touch with Immigration Australia is something that can be done by visiting the official Government of Australia website. There are a great many people moving in and out of Australia on a daily basis, and that movement needs to be strictly monitored. That particular job falls into the jurisdiction of the Immigration Australia office, which is a part of the Australian government. Since the end of the Second World War, over 7 million people have chosen Australia as their permanent home, and there are many more besides who are still trying to gain access. It is up to Immigration Australia to ensure that all applications are properly vetted so that only those people who are eligible actually gain access to the country.