Migration Act 1958 - Instrument of Revocation - IMMI 13/160

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Commonwealth of Australia
 
Migration Act 1958
 
INSTRUMENT OF REVOCATION
 
(Section 499)
 
I, SCOTT MORRISON, Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, acting under section 499 of the Migration Act 1958 (‘the Act’) REVOKE the following section 499 Directions:
 
No.11 “MRT: Role and responsibilities of principal members” signed on 1 June 1999; No.12 “MRT: Roles and responsibilities of members” signed on 1 June 1999; No.13 “MRT: Streamlining measures” signed on 1 June 1999, which provides guidance on the procedures to be followed in those cases where review “on the papers” is and isn’t appropriate; No.14 “RRT: Role and responsibilities of principal members” signed on 1 June 1999; No.15 “RRT: Roles and responsibilities of members” signed on 1 June 1999; No.18 “Removal of immigration rights s.16” signed on 17 August 1999 which provides guidance to decision makers to allow inhabitants of the Protected Zone to move freely within in the Protected Zone, for the performance of traditional activities; No.20 “Powers concerning the entry of visitors to immigration detention centres” signed on 27 July 2001, which provides guidance for assessing visitors that enter immigration detention centres; No.26 “Screening procedures in relation to immigration detainees” signed 28 September 2001, that provides guidance for the screening of visitors that entre immigration detention centre, and No.38 “Guidelines for considering cancellations of student visas for non-compliance with student visa condition 8202 (or the review of such cancellation decisions) and for considering revocation of automatic cancellations of student visas ( or for the review of decisions not to revoke such cancellations)” signed 19 September 2007.
 
This Instrument, IMMI 13/160 commences on 22 March 2014.
 
 
Dated this 20 day of March 2014
 
 
 
 
 
SCOTT MORRISON
Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
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