(3rd of July to the 10th of July)
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In this week’s edition, we first have an article by ABC. Recently in the news, there has been a lot of stories relating to the deportation or refusal of applicants with health issues. A Victorian family had their initial application for permanent residency denied, as their son had cystic fibrosis. Their son was considered to be a ‘burden’ on the Australian healthcare system. However, recently the family had their permanent residency granted.
Then there is the story by SBS about the struggles of a man who is living in Australia illegally. He originally came to Australia on a valid visa. However, he had overstayed his visa and now an ‘unlawful citizen’. Unfortunately, he has spent a few nights on the river bank.
These are just a few stories we have found for you. We have many more stories for you to read below.
Up first, we have a story by ABC about a Victorian family receiving permanent residency after having their initial application rejected due to their son’s health condition.
Family to stay in Australia after son with cystic fibrosis initially deemed a ‘burden’.
After this, we have an article by SBS about the struggles of a man who is living in Australia illegally; no valid visa.
‘Most days, I eat only once’: What it’s like to live without a visa in Australia
Next, we have an article from The Australia about a man who had overstayed his tourist visa and did season work in Australia.
How Malaysian workers rort the visa system
Furthermore, we have another article/short video by SBS about an alleged scam by individuals on a tourist visa. They have been seen to be begging in Melbourne CBD streets
Victoria Police uncover begging scam
Lastly, we have an another article by SBS about Australian citizenships. According to SBS, the waiting time has decreased, and more applicants are being approved in comparison from last year.
‘Between 1 July 2018 and 31 May 2019, more than 132,000 citizenship by conferral applications have been approved, up from 70,000 in the same period last year. This represents an increase of 88 per cent,’ – David Coleman (SBS, 2019)
Australian citizenship approvals see an 88 per cent increase in a year
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