Coming again? The Australian government cancels the German and Johor visa again, and the lawyer team said it will appeal


2022-01-14: [Article Link]  Original title: Again? The Australian Government again cancelled the Djokovic visa. On 14 January Beijing time, according to British media reports, the Australian Government again cancelled the Djokovic visa. Previously, Djokovic had his visa revoked upon entry into Australia and, following an appeal and trial, the Court ruled to restore his visa validity, but on 14 January, the Australian Minister of Immigration again cancelled Djokovic's visa, and on his team of lawyers indicated that he would appeal this decision in order to allow him to continue his campaign (Australian Open). On 14 January, local time, the Australian Minister of Immigration, Alex Hawk, used his personal authority to cancel Djokovic's visa, and Serbs were not only once again in a difficult position to be deported, but could also be barred from re-entering Australia for three years. In his statement, Hawk stated: “Today, in exercise of my powers under section 133C (3) of the Immigration Act, I cancelled the visa held by Novak Djokovic for reasons of health and good order, as it was in the public interest to do so. This decision followed the order of the Federal Circuit Court and the Family Court of 10 January 2022, setting aside the previous cancellation on grounds of procedural fairness. “In taking this decision, I carefully considered the information provided to me by the Department of the Interior, the Australian Border Force and Mr. Djokovic, whose Government is firmly committed to protecting Australia's borders, particularly during the Covid-19 virus pandemic. I would like to express my gratitude to the officials of the Department of the Interior and the Australian Border Force, who serve Australia's interests in an increasingly challenging environment on a daily basis. Subsequently, the Djokovicovic team of lawyers indicated that they would appeal the Minister's decision to allow him to continue in the Australian public competition. Previously, Djokovic's Australian Open was a three-way trip, and, on 5 local time, when Serbs arrived from Melbourne airport, his visa was revoked on the spot and immediately “detained” and taken to a designated hotel after the investigation. The Australian Government stated that the reason for the revocation of his visa was that he could only prove that he had recovered from the Covid-19 virus infection within six months, which did not meet the Australian official requirement to provide an inoculation certificate for entry, but that the Djokovic team subsequently filed a suit and, on 10 January, following a hearing, the Court ruled that the Government's decision to cancel the Djokovic visa was null and void and ordered the Government to restore his personal liberty and visa. On 12 December, the media exposed the Australian Government’s ongoing investigation into the false travel history of Djokovic at the time of his entry into the country. Subsequently, Serbs posted a letter in the social media acknowledging that they had “mistaked” in filing a travel statement, ticking the option of having no other travel history in the first 14 days of their flight to Australia, claiming that it was an “administrative error” committed by their team. Djokovic has now started pre-game training in Melbourne for Australia Open, and Australia Open has confirmed, by drawing lots, that Deutsch will fight as the number one seed player and in the same half zone as Nadar. Whether or not the first man in the world who won the Australian Open on nine occasions will be able to fight successfully and win the crown, and whether or not the storm with his centre will cease is still unknown. Responsibility Editor (Responsible Editor):


Note: This is a translated version of the Chinese news media article. A mature and nuanced reading is suggested.



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Coming again? The Australian government cancels the German and Johor visa again, and the lawyer team said it will appeal


2022-01-14: [Article Link]  Original title: Again? The Australian Government again cancelled the Djokovic visa. On 14 January Beijing time, according to British media reports, the Australian Government again cancelled the Djokovic visa. Previously, Djokovic had his visa revoked upon entry into Australia and, following an appeal and trial, the Court ruled to restore his visa validity, but on 14 January, the Australian Minister of Immigration again cancelled Djokovic's visa, and on his team of lawyers indicated that he would appeal this decision in order to allow him to continue his campaign (Australian Open). On 14 January, local time, the Australian Minister of Immigration, Alex Hawk, used his personal authority to cancel Djokovic's visa, and Serbs were not only once again in a difficult position to be deported, but could also be barred from re-entering Australia for three years. In his statement, Hawk stated: “Today, in exercise of my powers under section 133C (3) of the Immigration Act, I cancelled the visa held by Novak Djokovic for reasons of health and good order, as it was in the public interest to do so. This decision followed the order of the Federal Circuit Court and the Family Court of 10 January 2022, setting aside the previous cancellation on grounds of procedural fairness. “In taking this decision, I carefully considered the information provided to me by the Department of the Interior, the Australian Border Force and Mr. Djokovic, whose Government is firmly committed to protecting Australia's borders, particularly during the Covid-19 virus pandemic. I would like to express my gratitude to the officials of the Department of the Interior and the Australian Border Force, who serve Australia's interests in an increasingly challenging environment on a daily basis. Subsequently, the Djokovicovic team of lawyers indicated that they would appeal the Minister's decision to allow him to continue in the Australian public competition. Previously, Djokovic's Australian Open was a three-way trip, and, on 5 local time, when Serbs arrived from Melbourne airport, his visa was revoked on the spot and immediately “detained” and taken to a designated hotel after the investigation. The Australian Government stated that the reason for the revocation of his visa was that he could only prove that he had recovered from the Covid-19 virus infection within six months, which did not meet the Australian official requirement to provide an inoculation certificate for entry, but that the Djokovic team subsequently filed a suit and, on 10 January, following a hearing, the Court ruled that the Government's decision to cancel the Djokovic visa was null and void and ordered the Government to restore his personal liberty and visa. On 12 December, the media exposed the Australian Government’s ongoing investigation into the false travel history of Djokovic at the time of his entry into the country. Subsequently, Serbs posted a letter in the social media acknowledging that they had “mistaked” in filing a travel statement, ticking the option of having no other travel history in the first 14 days of their flight to Australia, claiming that it was an “administrative error” committed by their team. Djokovic has now started pre-game training in Melbourne for Australia Open, and Australia Open has confirmed, by drawing lots, that Deutsch will fight as the number one seed player and in the same half zone as Nadar. Whether or not the first man in the world who won the Australian Open on nine occasions will be able to fight successfully and win the crown, and whether or not the storm with his centre will cease is still unknown. Responsibility Editor (Responsible Editor):

Note: This is a translated version of the Chinese news media article. A mature and nuanced reading is suggested.

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