Bring this family home to Biloela

Bring this family home to Biloela

For four years, Priya and Nades lived quiet lives in Biloela, a QLD town that needs new families to keep local services running.

Nades was a valued employee at the local meatworks, working hard to provide for his young family. Priya joined church groups and took her curries to doctors at the local hospital.

But one single day after Priya’s visa expired in March 2018, Border Force took this beautiful family away and put them in a Melbourne detention centre. Now they being held on Christmas Island, 5,000km from Biloela.

Biloela wants this family back.

For four years, Priya and Nades lived quiet lives in Biloela, a QLD town that needs new families to keep local services running.

Nades was a valued employee at the local meatworks, working hard to provide for his young family. Priya joined church groups and took her curries to doctors at the local hospital.

But one single day after Priya’s visa expired in March 2018, Border Force took this beautiful family away and put them in a Melbourne detention centre. Now they being held on Christmas Island, 5,000km from Biloela.

Biloela wants this family back.

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Email Minister Tudge

Immigration Minister Alan Tudge has the power to bring Priya, Nades and the girls home to Bilo. But he needs to know our family have the support of many Australians.

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  • Write your own subject line (eg "Bring Priya and Nades Home" or "Please help Biloea's Tamil family")
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  • After clicking 'Send', print your e-mail (we'll cc you) add a handwritten note and post a copy to Mr Tudge at PO Box 6022, House of Representatives, Parliament House, Canberra ACT 2600.