We asked lots of asylum seekers and refugees what home means to them. What does home mean to you?
Destitute asylum seekers do not usually have a secure home, moving between friends houses, sleeping out or relying on charity support. Asylum seekers who get support live in temporary National Asylum Seeker Support (NASS) accommodation shared houses. When somebody gets status they have 28 days to move out of the NASS accommodation and find alternative accommodation.
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