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NEW LAW FOR MIGRANTS!! MORE BAD NEWS FOR MIGRANTS AS AUSTRALIA ANNOUCES JAIL FOR MIGRANTS!

Australia proposes law to allow prison time for high-risk migrants

There’s a change of direction that Australia can take in dealing with high-risk criminals migrants. The recently published legislative proposal will punish migrants with up to five years imprisonment if they fail to comply with a given visa regulation. The court ruled that indefinite immigrant detention is unconstitutional and reversed the 2004 decision allowing it under the circumstances where no reasonable prospects existed to deport them from Australia.

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The new law from Immigration Minister Andrew Giles wants the government to track some migrants with electronic tracking bracelets and place restrictions on them. Failure to uphold these visa conditions is a crime that attracts criminal charges. Nevertheless, there are criticisms by the human rights lawyers on the proposed measures which may be interpreted as punitive and severe. They state that all additional conditions have to be required, reasonable, and proportionate, and should not unreasonably deprive any person.

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Strict conditions for visit visas have been provided by the government for the outbound migrants of which some must visit the local police every day. But in some cases, migrants were let out of the detention centers without visas to fulfill the court order in a hurry.





The proposed law marks a radical change in Australian practice towards the protection of vulnerable communities versus individual liberties. The public waits to see in this regard, how the High Court will publish their reasoning behind the ruling and this can further shape the legislative discourse in relation to the topic.

This is a developing story so watch this space for the latest updates on this matter. Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter to stay updated. Thanks for visiting us today.


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