The Gay and Lesbian Immigration Task Force (SA) Inc., or GLITF SA is a voluntary, self-help organisation in South Australia with the primary objective to offer support and, through our pro bono Registered Migration Agents, migration advice to non-resident same-sex partners of an individual who is an Australian Citizen, an Australian Permanent Resident, or an Eligible New Zealand citizen

GLITF SA is affiliated with similar organisations bearing the same name throughout Australia, but all function independently of each other. We operate entirely on membership fees, donations and fund-raising

GLITF SA meets once a month so that members, both past and present, can meet in a sociable and relaxed atmosphere. The meeting is open to members of the public who seek general information about immigration guidelines. It provides a great opportunity to hear about the experiences of other same-sex couples too. Read more.

2014 Asian Banquet

Our Association's biggest event of the year, the GLITF SA ‘‘5th ANNUAL ASIAN BANQUET” is being held on Saturday 16 August 2014 at one of Adelaide’s premiere Chinese restaurants, Ming’s Palace, located at 157-159 Gouger Street, Adelaide.

This year the Asian Banquet Team have made a commitment to making this event our biggest and best ever but they also need your support by getting your friends and family to join us. They have arranged Music, Door and Table Prizes and once again they will be running their now famous Mega Asian Banquet Raffle, so I hope that you and your friends will be able to come along and be a part of “an event that once again brings family, friends and the LGBTIQ community together in 2014”.

Why not organise a table of 10 people by gathering your friends and / or your family so you can all take advantage of the discount ticket price! It’s very simple just contact us to let us know that you are coming.

2015 Annual General Meeting

On the 2nd September 2015 GLITF SA will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM). It is being held at the Relationships Australia (SA) facility in Hindmarsh. The new Committee for 2015 will be elected along with other formalities. If you are a member we encourage you come along and participate. Contact us if you want more information.

We made it into Blaze

Recently we were interviewed by Brodie Mcgee for Blaze, Adelaide's premier GLBT magazine. Take a look on page 16 for the article.