- Immigration and Border Protection
- Originating house
- House of Representatives
- Before Senate
- Parliament no
- Addresses recent court and tribunal decisions by amending the
Migration Act 1958 to: clarify that a decision on review, or a visa refusal, cancellation or revocation decision made by the minister or his delegate, is taken to be made on the day and at the time when a record of it is made; clarify that a person in the migration zone who has previously been refused a protection visa, or who held a protection visa that was cancelled, is prohibited from applying for a further protection visa; and make it a criterion for the grant of a protection visa that the applicant is not assessed by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation to be a risk to security.
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