Tamworth refugees want permanent visas to remain in the North West

Jessica Worboys
Updated June 4 2021 - 2:30am, first published April 20 2021 - 5:30am
NO PERMANENT HOME: Multicultural Tamworth's Eddie Whitham (far left) with a group of the refugees wanting permanent visas, with Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack. Photo: supplied
NO PERMANENT HOME: Multicultural Tamworth's Eddie Whitham (far left) with a group of the refugees wanting permanent visas, with Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack. Photo: supplied

A GROUP of asylum seekers has claimed they've been "forgotten" in their quest for permanent residency in Australia.

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Jessica Worboys

Jessica Worboys

Journalist

Education and youth reporter at the Northern Daily Leader. Get in touch via jessica.worboys@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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