Overview of Directions 99 and 110

Direction 99 of the Migration Act 1958 provides guidelines for visa refusal and cancellation, aiming to protect Australia from individuals failing the character test. Direction 110 supersedes it, retaining the focus on community safety while introducing updated definitions, considerations, and decision-making processes.

Key changes include clearer definitions of serious conduct, expanded guidance on family violence, and more detailed criteria for assessing ties to Australia. These updates enhance transparency and consistency in visa decisions, ensuring they align with current legal and societal standards while safeguarding the Australian community.

Find out more details here: https://crystalmigration.com.au/2024/06/07/overview-of-directions-99-and-110/

Written by Ross Ahmadzai

7 Jun, 2024

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