This edition consolidates legislation as at 13 April 2018. It is a handy reference when studying or practising in the area of migration law.
The Australian Migration Legislation Collection June 2018 edition provides a selection of key migration legislation and collection in Australia. The legislation in this edition includes the latest amendments to the Migration Regulations 1994. It is a handy reference when studying or practising in the area of migration law.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Migration Act 1958
Migration Regulations 1994
Migration Agents Regulations 1998
Australian Citizenship Act 2007
Australian Citizenship Regulation 2016
Acts Interpretation Act 1901
Constitution Act 1901
Ministerial Direction No 65 of 22 December 2014
Ministerial Direction No 69 of 1 July 2016
Selected Commonwealth Gazettes and Legislative Instruments
Dr Rodger Fernandez is an Adjunct Professor of Law Victoria University, School of Law. He is the Chair of the Law Institute of Victoria, Advisory Committee to the Specialisation Board (Immigration Law). He currently practices as a barrister and solicitor in the Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia, and as a solicitor for the Supreme Court of NSW. He is listed in the Financial Review's 'Australia's Best Lawyers' and 'Lawyers of the Year 2017'.
Professor Gerkens is a practising lawyer and currently teaches the Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice at Victoria University. Prior to joining the University he was a Senior Magistrate with the Victorian Magistrate's Court. He has served on various Disciplinary Boards and Tribunals and was the Principal Member and Member Administrator of the Refugee Review Tribunal.
Dominic Yau is an Associate Professor in the Victorian College of Law & Justice. He has practiced as a barrister and solicitor in the Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia and a solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Sherene Ozyurek is a Lecturer in the Victorian College of Law & Justice. She is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia, and Law Institute of Victoria Accredited Specialist (Immigration Law).