Biloela family are granted PERMANENT visas to Australia bringing an end to the years-long saga

Welcome to Australia – ceaselessly: Biloela household are granted PERMANENT visas bringing an finish to the years-long saga

  •  The ‘biloela’ household will keep in Australia after being granted everlasting visas
  •  Sources near the household say the Biloela’s obtained a go to from Home Affairs
  •  The household had been on the centre of years-long asylum seeker debates

The Sri Lankan ‘Biloela’ household have been granted everlasting Australian visas, based on supporters. 

The Nadesalingam household have been reportedly visited at their Queensland dwelling by the Department of Home Affairs on Friday afternoon and given the information – after a four-year immigration battle. 

Priya Nadaraja, Nades Murugappan and their daughters Kopika, 7, and Tharnicaa, 4, have been lengthy the faces of the nation’s asylum seeker debate.

The 'Biloela' family (pictured) have been granted permanent visas to Australia, according to reports

The ‘Biloela’ household (pictured) have been granted everlasting visas to Australia, based on studies 

The household have been faraway from their central Queensland city of Biloela in 2018, sparking a community-driven marketing campaign to maintain the Tamil household in Australia.

After their visas expired in 2018, they spent 4 years in immigration detention.

The Labor authorities granted them bridging visas in June, permitting the household to return to their regional dwelling city.

One organisation on the centre of the struggle has claimed the household have been granted everlasting Australian visas. 

‘At 2.30pm right now the Nadesalingam household, affectionately known as the ‘Biloela family’, have been visited by the Department of Home Affairs crew at their Biloela dwelling and given the information that they’ve been granted everlasting visas,’ wrote organisation Home To Bilo on social media.

The Department of Home Affairs is predicted to challenge a press release shortly.