Submission to Joint Standing Committee on Migration: An inquiry into the review processes associated with visa cancellations made on criminal grounds

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On Wednesday, 14 March 2018 the Minister for Home Affairs, the Hon Peter Dutton MP, asked the Joint Standing Committee on Migration to inquire into and report on the review processes associated with visa cancellations made on criminal grounds.
The Joint Standing Committee on Migration shall examine the review processes associated with visa cancellations made on criminal grounds. In conducting its inquiry, the Committee shall have particular regard to:

• The efficiency of existing review processes as they relate to decisions made under section 501 of the Migration Act.
• Present levels of duplication associated with the merits review process.
• The scope of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal's jurisdiction to review ministerial decisions.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 21 Jun 2018

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