“(1) A member who has a conflict of interest in relation to a review by the Tribunal: (a) shall disclose the matters giving rise to that conflict to the applicant and: (i) if the member is the Principal Member—to the Minister; and, (ii) in any other case—to the Principal Member; and. of property, “21D Secretary may give direction about valuables of deportee or illegal entrant. “64ZB Protection of members and persons giving evidence. valid entry permit means an entry permit that: (a) was granted under this Act, whether before or after the commencement of section 4 of the Migration Legislation Amendment Act 1989; (b) has not been cancelled under this Act; and. (a) in relation to an applicant for a visa—the total number of points given to the applicant pursuant to section 11L in the most recent assessment or re-assessment under Subdivision B of Division 1A of Part II; or. (b) Omit “her” (wherever occurring), substitute “it”. (c) being a person who has stopped being an exempt non-citizen because of paragraph 5E(c), is an illegal entrant because of subsection 6(4); the Secretary may, by notice in writing, require the master, owner, agent or charterer of the vessel in which the deportee arrived in Australia to remove the deportee from Australia without charge to the Commonwealth.”; (b) by omitting from subsection (2) “An authorised officer” and substituting “The Secretary”; (c) by omitting from subsection (2) “that authorised officer or another authorised officer” and substituting “the Secretary”; (d) by omitting subsections (3) and (3A) and substituting the following subsections: “(3) Subject to subsection (6), where the Minister has: (a) ordered the deportation of a person under section 12; or. (2) The amended Act is further amended as provided by this section. “(2) The Secretary shall arrange for the valuables to be kept until they are dealt with in accordance with a provision of this section, and shall ensure that all reasonable steps are taken to preserve the valuables while they are so kept. Contempt of Tribunal....................................................................... 89, “Division 7—Miscellaneous 89, “64ZB... Protection of members and persons giving evidence........................ 89, “64ZC... Fees for persons giving evidence...................................................... 90, “64ZD.. (b) the information was set out in that approved form or in a document that was attached to the application when it was so lodged. Entry permit stops being in force upon departure from Australia... 36, “11ZG.. “(2) Where the Minister is satisfied that a certificate is in force in relation to a person, the Minister shall grant to the person a visa with respect to travel to Australia by the person for the purposes referred to in subsection (1). (c) the persons who may apply for such reviews. The Staff or officers employed by Employees’ State Insurance Corporation should be paid monthly salary exceeding such salary prescribed by Central Government, which prior to this amendment taken place, was in excess of rupees 2250/- only. 8 Section 18 of the Principal Act is repealed and the following sections are substituted: “17A Mandatory deportation of illegal entrants, 9 Statutory visitors whose certificates are cancelled. Establishment of the Immigration Review Tribunal......................... 94, “64ZK.. 17 Custody of prohibited entrant during stay of vessel in port. (a) monitor the operations of the Tribunal to ensure that those operations are as fair, just, economical, informal and quick as practicable; and. “(3) Subject to subsection (4), the Secretary to the Attorney-General’s Department, or an officer of that Department authorised by that Secretary, may cancel a certificate under subsection (1), but only on the ground that the presence of the non-citizen in Australia is no longer required for the purposes referred to in that subsection. of decision subject to appeal. (a) the applicant for review by the Tribunal; or. (1) Subject to this section, the institution of an appeal to the Federal Court from a decision of the Tribunal does not: (a) affect the operation of the decision; (b) prevent the taking of action to implement the decision; or. “64ZN Remuneration and allowances of Principal Member. “(1) Without limiting the generality of section 67, the regulations may make provision: (a) in relation to the granting and refusal of visas with respect to travel to Australia, including the granting of visas: (ii) subject to a limitation as to the time the holder is authorised to remain in Australia; (b) for the recording and evidencing of visas; (c) in relation to the effect and operation of visas; and. 21 After section 39 of the Principal Act the following section is inserted: “39A Operation of section 39 in relation to deportees held in other custody. “(4) Where a person (other than a member of the Tribunal as constituted for the purpose of the review) exercises the power of the Tribunal to take evidence on oath or affirmation for the purpose of a review, the person shall cause a written record of the evidence taken to be made and sent to the presiding member. “(19) An officer who, in good faith, on behalf of the Secretary or as a delegate of the Secretary, does any act or thing for the purpose of the exercise of the power under subsection (5) to take possession of valuables is not liable to any civil or criminal action in respect of the doing of that act or thing. “(3) The regulations made in relation to decisions that are reviewable by the Tribunal but not by a review officer shall not provide a period during which a review of such a decision may be instituted that is longer than: A review authority in relation to a class of reviewable decisions has determinative powers in relation to those decisions unless the regulations state that the review authority has recommendatory powers in relation to those decisions. “(3) If the Tribunal as constituted for the purpose of the review: (a) does not include the Principal Member; and. The Government of India through notification in Official Gazette dated 25 May 2010 has enacted The Employees’ State Insurance (Amendment) Act, 2010 to amend the earlier ESIC Act, 1948. Omit “An officer”, substitute “The Secretary”. 22 Division 6 of Part II of the Principal Act is repealed and the following Division is substituted: “Division 6—Regulation of conduct of third parties in connection with the making of decisions, “46 Offences in relation to false or misleading statements regarding the making of decisions. Subsection 3(1) (subparagraph (e)(i) of the definition of Australian resident): Omit the subparagraph, substitute the following subparagraph: “(i) is, within the meaning of the Migration Act 1958, the holder of a valid temporary entry permit; and”. “(7) Where a person appearing before the Tribunal to give evidence is not proficient in English, the presiding member may direct that communication with that person during his or her appearance proceed through an interpreter. (b) has arrived in Australia but has been refused permission to enter Australia. “(8) Anything done by or in relation to a person acting or purporting to act under an appointment under this section is not invalid merely because: normal terminating event, in relation to an appointment to act in an office, means: (a) if the appointment is made under paragraph (1)(a)—the filling of the vacancy in the office; or. “(2) The Tribunal shall give the applicant and the Secretary a copy of the statement prepared under subsection (1) within 14 days after the decision concerned is made. (b) one of the prescribed criteria in relation to an entry permit of that class is the criterion that the applicant receives the necessary score when assessed as provided by this section. 2) 1988 but before the commencement of this section, in a manner and form specified in a determination in force under subsection 6AA(7) of this Act at the time of the grant; or. “(2) Where the Secretary is satisfied that: (a) the arrested person is an illegal entrant or a deportee; (b) the arrested person is liable, or may, on deportation, become liable, to pay the Commonwealth an amount under section 21A or 21B; and. of property. 6 (1) Divisions 1 and 1A of Part II of the Principal Act are repealed and the following Divisions are substituted: “Division 1—Control of entry into Australia, “8 Minister may declare exempt non‑citizens to be undesirable, “9 Visa holders authorised to enter Australia in some circumstances, “10 Effect of visa that authorised entry into Australia, “11 Minister may declare pre‑cleared flights, “11A Circumstances in which non‑citizens may become illegal entrants, “11B Transitional provisions relating to Christmas Island, “11C How an illegal entrant loses that status while remaining in Australia, “11F Visas not to be granted to certain deportees, “11H Certain persons taken to be included in spouse or parent’s visa, “11J Minister may suspend processing of visa applications, “11M Initial application of points system, “11N Minister may set pool entrance mark, priority mark and pass mark, “11P Regulations may provide for entry permits, “11S Restriction on applications for entry permits—review applied for, “11U Certain persons taken to be included in spouse or parent’s entry permit, “11V Certain non‑citizen children born in Australia taken to be included in parent’s entry permit, “11W Minister may suspend processing of entry permit applications where applicants are in Australia, “11Z Entry permits not to be granted to certain persons before entry into Australia, “11ZA Entry permits not to be granted to certain persons after entry into Australia, “11ZB Entry permits not to be granted to certain deportees, “11ZC Entry permits not to be granted to persons outside Australia, “11ZD Circumstances in which permanent entry permits may be granted to non‑citizens after entry into Australia, “11ZE Deportee not to be granted entry permit, “11ZF Entry permit stops being in force upon departure from Australia, “11ZG Application of Division to statutory visitors, “11ZH Grant of visas to statutory visitors, “11ZJ Regulations may provide for entry permits, “11ZK Circumstances in which entry permits may be granted to statutory visitors after entry into Australia, “11ZL Application of provisions of Division 1B. (h) by omitting from paragraph (5)(a) “by an authorised officer” and substituting “for the purposes of this section”; (j) by omitting from paragraph (5)(b) “by an authorised officer” and substituting “for the purposes of this section”. “(2) The Tribunal constituted by a member or members may sit and exercise the powers of the Tribunal even though the Tribunal constituted by another member or other members is at the same time sitting and exercising those powers.”. “(3) Subject to subsection (4), the presiding member in relation to a review may: (a) summon a person to appear before the Tribunal to give evidence; (b) summon a person to produce to the Tribunal such documents as are referred to in the summons; (c) require a person appearing before the Tribunal to give evidence either to take an oath or to make an affirmation; and. temporary entry permit means an entry permit that is subject to a limitation as to the time the holder is authorised to remain in Australia. “64U Minister may set aside Tribunal’s decision etc. “50 Court may order reparation for loss suffered, (a) a person is convicted by a court of an offence against this Division; and. Commencement 2. “(3) The Minister shall cause a copy of any direction given under subsection (1) to be laid before each House of the Parliament within 15 sitting days of that House after that direction was given.”. (b) a visa that, because of section 10, has effect as if it were an entry permit, being a visa granted subject to a condition set out in paragraph 11D(4)(a) or (b). 10 Section 19 of the Principal Act is repealed and the following section is substituted: “(1) Where the Minister makes or has made an order for the deportation of a person who has a spouse, the Minister may, at the request of the spouse of that person, order the deportation of: (b) the spouse and a dependent child or children; “(2) Where the Minister makes or has made an order for the deportation of a person who does not have a spouse but who does have a dependent child or children, the Minister may, at the person’s request, order the deportation of a dependent child or children of the person.”. “(4) A deportation order made under this section in relation to a person shall be taken to revoke any deportation order made under section 18 in relation to the person. “(3) A person shall not be appointed as a member for a period that extends beyond the day on which the person will turn 65. Part 3—Amendment of Migration Amendment Act (No. (b) if the appointment is made under paragraph (1)(b)—the holder of the office ceasing to be absent or ceasing to be unable to perform the duties of the office. The Section 63 of the Principal Act is replaced by another one, which makes provision for persons who is not entitle to receive sickness, disablement benefit for temporary disablement for the days on which he works and in respect of which he receives wages. (c) the heading to section 36A of the Migration Act 1958 is altered by omitting “non-citizen” and substituting “entrant”. Delegate not required to perform certain administrative tasks....... 104, “66DC.. (ii) the Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees that was done at New York on 31 January 1967; (i) is the holder of a valid temporary entry permit; (ii) is authorised to work in Australia; and. “9 Visa holders authorised to enter Australia in some circumstances. “(2) The Secretary may give the person written notice: (a) stating that the deportation order has been made; (b) setting out particulars of the deportation order; and. (iii) the person was not, during that period, a person who, if an event of the kind referred to in paragraph 5E(a), (b), (c), (d), (e) or (g) of the Migration Act 1958 as in force from time to time during that period had occurred, would have become an illegal entrant because of subsection 6(4) of that Act as so in force or, in a case where he or she was such a person, he or she was, during that period, a person to whom a declaration in force under subsection (2) applies;”. (d) administer an oath or affirmation to a person so appearing. (a) Omit “a prohibited non-citizen”, substitute “an illegal entrant”. “(7) Where it appears to the Minister, upon reconsideration of an application pursuant to regulations made under subsection 11M(4), that the applicant: (a) because of subparagraph 11M(5)(b)(i), is to be taken not to have received the necessary score; and (b) because of that is not, under the regulations, entitled to be granted a visa of the class concerned; the Minister shall refuse to grant the applicant such a visa. (a) a visa granted before the prescribed date under section 11AB of the Migration Act 1958 as in force from time to time before the prescribed date; or. “(1) The members of the Tribunal shall be appointed by the Governor-General. (A) 290/1990 Revision of Laws (Moneylenders 14-12-1989 Act) Order 1990 P.U. “(3) Where a person other than a presiding member is authorised under subsection (1) to take evidence for the purpose of a review: (a) the person has, for the purpose of taking that evidence: (i) all the powers of the Tribunal under subsection 64P(1); and, (ii) the power to administer an oath or affirmation to a person appearing before the first-mentioned person to give evidence; and. “(2) Where the Secretary thinks that the issue to a person of a document under subsection (3) relating to another person, being a person to whom this section applies, would facilitate the making of arrangements for the transportation, by aircraft, of the other person from Australia, the Secretary may give the first-mentioned person a document under subsection (3) relating to the other person. Education (Amendment) Act 1989 4. “(4) The Minister shall cause copies of each notice under subsection (1) or (2) to be laid before each House of the Parliament within 15 sitting days of that House after the publication of the notice in the Gazette. 14 Offences in relation to entering into or remaining in Australia. presiding member, in relation to a review by the Tribunal, means: (a) if the Tribunal is, for the purposes of the review, constituted by 2 or 3 members—the member who, in accordance with section 64J, is to preside at the review; or. 12 (1) Section 21A of the Principal Act is repealed and the following sections are substituted: “(1) Subject to this section, where the Commonwealth makes arrangements for the conveyance of a deportee from a place in Australia to a place outside Australia, the deportee is liable to pay the conveyance expenses to the Commonwealth. 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