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15 March 2022
The cancellation of Novak Djokovic’s visa earlier this year has renewed interest in the visa cancellation regime – particularly the personal powers of the Minister for Home Affairs and decisions made in ‘immigration clearance’.
This session will offer analysis of the legal and practical issues surrounding these fascinating types of cancellations and provide tips on challenging them.
This seminar is presented by two experienced migration law practitioners who will discuss the interaction between the criminal law and the cancellation of a visa and deportation.
This seminar will help lawyers who are prepared to help clients with migration law problems, but who may be new to migration law or administrative law in general, to understand the basics of running migration litigation.
This CPD seminar will provide attendees with an introduction to running visa cancellation matters on the basis of character grounds in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. It will include an overview of relevant law, processes and practical tips.
The seminar will discuss the following topics:
In this seminar, Guy Gilbert, Georgina Costello and Julia Lucas speak on the issue of procedural fairness, and the provision of adverse information under the Migration Act 1958 (Cth).