08 8410 3044, 0412 496 735

  

Level 4, 22 Grenfell St, Adelaide, SA

Migration Centre of South Australia

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)

 

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)  is an Australian Government department. It is responsible for immigration arrangements, border control, citizenship, ethnic and multicultural affairs.

The purpose of the DIBP is to 'enrich Australia through the well managed movement and settlement of people'.
The department's key objectives are to:

  • contribute to Australia's future through managed migration
  • protect refugees and contribute to humanitarian policy internationally
  • contribute to Australia's security through border management and traveller facilitation
  • make fair and reasonable decisions for people entering or leaving Australia, ensuring compliance with Australia's immigration laws and integrity in decision-making
  • support migrants and refugees to settle in the community and participate in Australian society
  • promote Australian citizenship and a multicultural Australia.

At the same time, the government looks to the department to ensure the integrity of Australia's borders. Border security is a key component of Australia's national security arrangements and the department works actively with other countries to curb the capacity of people smugglers and terrorists to circumvent border controls.


Adelaide Office

 

Street address
70 Franklin Street
Adelaide SA 5000

Postal address

GPO Box 2399
Adelaide SA 5001

Courier access

70 Franklin Street
Adelaide SA 5000

Client counter and courier access hours
9 am to 4 pm Monday to Friday. Office is closed on Public Holidays.

 

Information relating to visa labels is available.
See: About your visa

 

You can access your visa information online through the Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) system.