The High Court NZYQ case and mandatory detention revisited.
The first part of the session is an explanation of the NZYQ case. The second part discusses the legislative changes since the High Court decision and the amendments to the Bridging (removal pending) visa (subclass 070) including new offences and 21 conditions.
Kerry Murphy MMIA, Accredited Specialist in Immigration Law
Partner at D'Ambra Murphy Lawyers
Tuesday, 20 February 2023
12:00pm - 2:00pm AEDT (Sydney time)
Continuing Professional Development
Registered Migration Agents
2 CPD | Category A
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2 CPD | Substantive Law
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