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Hi,

For a friend.

This week a new immigration law passed in Lower House, sent to the Senate atm.

What are the repercussions for long time (say 30 year plus) permanent residents with a common assault conviction (fine only) some years ago.

Does this mean that the govt proposes to have all permanent residents convicted any time of say, a common assault, convicted to a fine only, many years ago, to be sent back to their country of origin? Including their families etc. Imho that would mean that about 100,000 permanent residents including their Australian children will be evicted from Australia? Automatically? Without possibility for objection?

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On 9/21/2019 at 10:00 AM, permanent already said:

Hi,

For a friend.

This week a new immigration law passed in Lower House, sent to the Senate atm.

What are the repercussions for long time (say 30 year plus) permanent residents with a common assault conviction (fine only) some years ago.

Does this mean that the govt proposes to have all permanent residents convicted any time of say, a common assault, convicted to a fine only, many years ago, to be sent back to their country of origin? Including their families etc. Imho that would mean that about 100,000 permanent residents including their Australian children will be evicted from Australia? Automatically? Without possibility for objection?

What law are you referring?

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On 9/21/2019 at 10:00 AM, permanent already said:

Hi,

For a friend.

This week a new immigration law passed in Lower House, sent to the Senate atm.

What are the repercussions for long time (say 30 year plus) permanent residents with a common assault conviction (fine only) some years ago.

Does this mean that the govt proposes to have all permanent residents convicted any time of say, a common assault, convicted to a fine only, many years ago, to be sent back to their country of origin? Including their families etc. Imho that would mean that about 100,000 permanent residents including their Australian children will be evicted from Australia? Automatically? Without possibility for objection?

I am curious to know how you came by the number 100000?


Visa: PMV Subclass 300, Lodged: Mid Apr 2019, Medicals: Cleared, Status: Further processing

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On 9/21/2019 at 10:00 AM, permanent already said:

Hi,

For a friend.

This week a new immigration law passed in Lower House, sent to the Senate atm.

What are the repercussions for long time (say 30 year plus) permanent residents with a common assault conviction (fine only) some years ago.

Does this mean that the govt proposes to have all permanent residents convicted any time of say, a common assault, convicted to a fine only, many years ago, to be sent back to their country of origin? Including their families etc. Imho that would mean that about 100,000 permanent residents including their Australian children will be evicted from Australia? Automatically? Without possibility for objection?

As far as I know, Its not law yet.  There is still significant objection and refinements are being made still.  I look at the Hansard and I could not find a reference to what you state.  Do you have a reference?

I think its best to wait for the formal details, rather than speculate.  Deporting Australian Citizens, be thay children or not, is not possible under the new laws.

 

 


 

 

Disclaimer:

Makes me sick, in the fact that I must include a disclaimer. All opinions, advice and comments expressed by me are of my own personal opinion, and not that of a Immigration Agent, Lawyer, or related professional. They are given in the spirit intended, as an independant contributor, to a public forum. No implied, or expressed guarantee or undertaking as to accuracy or relevance is given.

 

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