Welcome to RASSA

We offer pro bono migration assistance to asylum seekers, in South Australia, who have received their invitation to apply for a Temporary Protection Visa (TPV) or a Safe Have Enterprise Visa (SHEV). We are the only Community Legal Center in South Australia providing this type of assistance.

If you would like to register for our service, please got to our Referrals page. We can only accept those who have been invited to apply for a TPV or SHEV. If you are unsure when your invitation will arrive please click here to find out when your claims for asylum will be considered.


We need your help! As a non-for profit organisation, we rely on donations to ensure our work can be continued and expanded into the future. Your generosity will make an immediate difference in the lives of asylum seekers across South Australia.

If you would like to donate please click here and accept our heartfelt thanks for any donations you have made or will make OR if you would like to host a fundraising event click here.

You can learn more about why our Migration Assistance Project is so important by watching our short video here


In less than a year, RASSA has become an established community legal centre in South Australia. Please take the time to read our Annual Report 2016.

Read the reports frorassa-ar2016m our Chairperson, Volunteer Coordinator, Treasurer and our Project Coordinator. 

At out recent AGM we took the opportunity to acknowledge the financial support of the Department of Community Services and Social Inclusion through Community Benefit SA and the Broadley Trust. We also acknowledge the support of the many other individuals and organisations who have donated money to support our Migration Assistance Project.

We also thanked Flinders University who have partnered with us to deliver the Migration
Assistance Project, providing office accommodation and volunteers, and who are of course
hosting our AGM this year.

We also acknowledged the work of our volunteers. We could not deliver this project without them.


Are you fluent in any of the following languages?

Tamil, Dari/Hazaragi, Vietnamese, Somali, Rohingya.

RASSA is currently recruiting volunteer interpreters that are able to assist refugees in applying for protection visas. Register your interest here.

For more information about us you can also listen to Radio Adelaide’s Interview with our board member, Alexander Reilly, about our organisation’s mission.

If you would like to stay updated about everything RASSA, please complete and email our RASSA Membership Form to admin@rassa.org.au!