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PostSubject: Crackdown on gang members sees 20 violent thugs deported with 19 more from Sudan, New Zealand and Samoa facing visa cancellation   Crackdown on gang members sees 20 violent thugs deported with 19 more from Sudan, New Zealand and Samoa facing visa cancellation EmptySat 30 Mar 2019, 7:20 am

Crackdown on gang members sees 20 violent thugs deported with 19 more from Sudan, New Zealand and Samoa facing visa cancellation

Victoria has cancelled the visas of 20 gang members over the past three years in a crackdown on youth violence.

Nineteen more visas are 'under active cancellation consideration', The Australian reported.

Those who have had their visas cancelled include people with convictions for drug trafficking, assaults or armed robberies.

Others had convictions for kidnapping, police assault, weapons offences and sexual assault.

Within the group of 39 visas were people of Sudanese, New Zealander or Samoan descent - others were deemed 'stateless'.

Last September it was revealed Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton had ordered monthly reports of 'non-­citizens linked to Victorian youth gangs'.

The reports came amid strong criticism of State Government and its youth gang crisis, and have since been spruiked as an effective way of protecting the community.

In total, 81 people have been referred to the Department of Home Affairs since April 2016.

According to the reports, the department is also 'reviewing cancellation processes in relation to minors, in discussion with legal division and child wellbeing branch.'

The report also notes that 42 people whose visas are no longer 'under active cancellation consideration' have been flagged on the internal systems.

'Should any of the individuals apply for another visa or citizenship, the processing area is ­advised to seek penal checks and contact the ‘character and cancellation branch’ prior to any grant/approval,' the department said.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6864789/Victoria-cracks-gang-violence-looks-deport-thugs.html
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Good we don't need them here...
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Veritas wrote:
Good we don't need them here...

Immigration levels should be halved ....

There are no jobs as it is and those who were working at, say BigW are out of work soon too.

We do NOT need more people looking for work.

Can't our Government see that?
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At least halved...
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Back in the day, migrants came here to be AUSTRALIAN and for a "better life" after the War.  Back when there wasn't any Centrelink or handouts. There were jobs and men got jobs and women stayed at home and took care of the house and raised the children. They were happy to have a small house, one bathroom, and no garage but a sizeable backyard so that they could play "cricket" with the kids.

Then, suddenly, EVERYBODY needs a 4-bedroom, 2 bathroom, double garage and swimming pool as their FIRST HOME.  Then they whine because it costs and they can't have the LIFE they have become accustomed to and SAVE to get a deposit. Plus they are only paying 3% or something for the Mortgage ... I had to pay 16.5% at one stage and it was always 12.5% until I paid it off.

Poor things.

I really wonder where Australia is heading ....

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