Detention cases

Detention, visa refusals, and cancellations represent critical aspects of immigration enforcement, often arising from concerns regarding individuals’ character, compliance with visa conditions, or health considerations. Character cases under section 501 of the Migration Act involve assessments of individuals’ criminal histories, associations, or conduct, with the potential for visa cancellations on character grounds.

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