Fresh Australian Administrative Direction Becomes Effective Soon
Available reports suggest that the Australian Minister for Immigration and Citizenship has made public a fresh administrative direction on character decision-making. This becomes effective from September 1, 2012 onwards. The latest administrative direction covers the key regulations for decision-makers on the issue of rescinding or declining a visa for a person who does not enjoy the citizenship of the nation.
What says the latest Australian Administrative Direction on Character Decisions
*Arriving in and remaining in the Kangaroo Land is an opportunity which Canberra confers on those who do not hold the citizenship of the nation hoping that they would respect the law of the land, will respect crucial institutions, and that they will not threaten or harm the people or the society of Australia;
*Such people (those who do not have citizenship) who indulge in grave offenses, which are brutal and/or sexual by nature–and specifically against weak people of the society–would not be given the freedom to arrive or remain in the country;
*Down Under has almost zero level tolerance of any illegal activities indulged in by the visa candidates, those who hold a limited stay visa, or by those who have only been involved with and contributing to the community of the nation for a brief duration of time; and
*Some illegal offending or other conduct, and the likely harm that would be brought about in case the same were to be done again, is so grave that any danger of similar behavior later is intolerable.
*The latest direction distinguishes between the visa aspirants and visa holders in the acceptance that the visa candidates must nurse no expectations whatsoever that an application for visa would get approval.
*The latest direction thoroughly covers crimes indulged at immigration detention in the aftermath of the legislative changes made during 2011.
*The latest direction also continues to be aware of the fact that there exist certain cases wherein an individual has spent much time in the country, including since childhood, and that time and again there will be family members and kids whose interests must be given due importance.
*People who could already be under active consideration by Immigration Australia and influenced by the change will be offered with the latest direction and also proffered a chance to reply, prior to a decision is duly reached on their specific case.
Immigration and Citizenship Minister of Australia has made public a fresh administrative direction on character decision-making. This becomes effective from September 1, 2012 onwards. The latest administrative direction covers key regulations for decision-makers on the issue of rescinding or declining a visa for a person who does not enjoy the citizenship of country.
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