“(7)  An action or proceeding, whether civil or criminal, does not lie against a person who, at the request of an authorised officer, conducts a search under this section if the person acts in good faith and does not contravene subsection (8). (a)  decisions of the following kinds to be reviewed by the Tribunal: (i)  decisions made by the Minister personally or by delegates of the Minister; (ii)  decisions affirmed, varied or made on review under regulations made under section 61; (iii)  decisions that have been reviewed under regulations made under section 61 where: (A)  the review authorities that reviewed the decisions had recommendatory powers in relation to the decisions; and. 8 Section 18 of the Principal Act is repealed and the following sections are substituted: “17A Mandatory deportation of illegal entrants, 9 Statutory visitors whose certificates are cancelled. “(2)  Where a person to whom subsection 11A(1) or (2) applies has entered Australia (whether before or after the commencement of this section) then, at and after that commencement, or that entry, whichever is later, the person is an illegal entrant at any time while he or she: (c)  does not hold a properly endorsed valid entry permit or a properly endorsed valid entry visa. The Acts specified in Schedule 6 are amended as set out in that Schedule. (b)        Omit “he”, substitute “the defendant”. (c)  the institution of, and any proceedings in connection with, any appeal from any decision in relation to the prosecution.”; (g)  by inserting in subsection (2) “(including an aircraft)” after “another vessel”; (h)  by inserting after subsection (2) the following subsection: “(2A)  Where the period for which a person may be kept in custody under subsection (1B) ends: (a)  the person shall, unless he or she is the holder of a valid entry permit, be expeditiously removed from Australia; and. (c)  prevent the taking of action in reliance on the making of the decision. 31               Section 66D of the Principal Act is repealed and the following sections are substituted: The Minister may, in writing, approve a form for the purposes of a provision of this Act in which the expression approved form is used. “64ZG  Tribunal may restrict publication of certain matters. properly endorsed valid entry permit, in relation to a person to whom subsection 11A(1) or (2) applies, means: (a)  a valid entry permit granted before the commencement of section 4 of the Migration Legislation Amendment Act 1989 that is endorsed with a statement that the person granting the entry permit recognises the holder of the entry permit to be a person to whom subsection 16(1) or (1AA) of this Act, as in force at any time before that commencement, applies; or. “48 Effect of contravention of section 46 or 47 on charging for services, “49 Persons charged for services to be given detailed statement of services, “50 Court may order reparation for loss suffered. (5)  If a provision of this Act (other than section 1, 2 or 35 or Part 3) has not commenced within the period of 6 months beginning on the day on which this Act receives the Royal Assent, that provision commences on the first day after the end of that period. “(2)  The Principal Member and the Senior Members shall be appointed as full-time members. Subsection 5(1) (definition of prohibited non-citizen): Omit “the prescribed date”, substitute “2 April 1984 but before the prescribed date”. “(9)  A reference in this section to a person producing, or causing to be produced, a passenger card containing information that was false or misleading in a material particular is a reference to a person producing, or causing to be produced, such a passenger card, whether or not the person knew that the information contained in it was false or misleading in a material particular. “11M  Initial application of points system. A notification has been issued by Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) Authorities increasing the wage limit of employee covered under the ESIC scheme from the existing limit of Rs.15, 000 to Rs.21, 000 with effect from January 1st, 2017. Where the holder of an entry visa within the meaning of section 9 enters Australia pursuant to that section, the visa has effect, immediately after the holder’s entry, for all purposes as if it were an entry permit granted subject to any conditions, and to any limitation as to the time the holder is authorised to remain in Australia, that are specified in the visa. 180 of 1989. (ii)  is the spouse or child of an Australian citizen or of the holder of a valid permanent entry permit; (ii)  is the aged parent of an Australian citizen or of the holder of a valid permanent entry permit; and the balance of his or her family is in Australia; (d)  he or she is the holder of a valid temporary entry permit and the Minister has determined, in writing, that the non-citizen has the status of refugee within the meaning of: (i)  the Convention relating to the Status of Refugees that was done at Geneva on 28 July 1951; or. 29A  Offences in relation to escaping from custody. (6)  The several subsections of each section of the amended Act are renumbered so that they bear consecutive arabic numerals enclosed in brackets starting with “(1)”. Principal Member............................................................................. 94, “64ZM. “64Z Refusal to be sworn or to answer questions etc. Where the regulations specify that a review authority has recommendatory powers in relation to a class of reviewable decisions, the review authority may, in relation to such a decision, recommend to the Minister: (c)  that the decision be set aside and another decision substituted. Subsection 5(1) (definition of prohibited immigrant): Omit “the prescribed date”, substitute “2 April 1984”. “(5)  It is a defence to a prosecution for an offence against subsection (1) in relation to the bringing of a person into Australia on a vessel if it is established: (a)  that the person was, when he or she boarded or last boarded the vessel for travel to Australia, in possession of a visa granted under this Act applicable to his or her travel to Australia on that occasion, being a visa that: (i)  did not appear to have been cancelled; and. (b)  in any other case—cause an officer to ask the arrested person;”; (f)  by inserting in subsection (3) “or her” after “him” (third, fourth and last occurring); (g)  by omitting from subsection (6) “an officer” and substituting “the Secretary”; (h)  by inserting in subsection (6) “or she” after “he” (wherever occurring); (j)  by omitting from paragraph (6)(c) “her” (wherever occurring) and substituting “its”; (k)  by omitting subsection (7) and substituting the following subsections: (b)  has breached any of those conditions.”. “(1)  This section applies to a document or information if: (a)  the Minister has certified, in writing, that the disclosure of any matter contained in the document, or the disclosure of the information, would be contrary to the public interest for any reason specified in the certificate (other than a reason set out in paragraph 64ZD(a) or (b)) that could form the basis for a claim by the Crown in right of the Commonwealth in a judicial proceeding that the matter contained in the document, or the information, should not be disclosed; or. 2) 1989 provides as follows: (1)   This Act commences, or is to be taken to have commenced, as the case requires, immediately before the commencement of section 26 of the Principal Act. (d)  the persons who may apply for such reviews. of property. “(1)  This section applies where, and only where: (a)  a person makes an application for a visa of a particular class in the approved form and in accordance with the regulations; and. (f)  he or she is the holder of a valid temporary entry permit and there are strong compassionate grounds for the grant of a permanent entry permit to him or her; (g)  he or she is the holder of a valid temporary entry permit and there are strong humanitarian grounds for the grant of a permanent entry permit to him or her. “(7)  An amount payable by a deportee to the Commonwealth under this section may be recovered by the Commonwealth, as a debt due to the Commonwealth, in a court of competent jurisdiction. 28               Section 65 of the Principal Act is repealed and the following section is substituted: “65  Obstructing or deceiving person exercising powers etc. “(2)  Where, because of the operation of subsection 6(2), a person is an illegal entrant even though the person holds a valid entry permit, the entry permit shall be taken to have been cancelled: (a)  when the person entered Australia; or, “11S  Restriction on applications for entry permits—review applied for. “60  Secretary may issue documents containing information concerning certain persons. (iii)  would have become, or would become, an illegal entrant; or”. Application, saving or transitional provisions, Ss. The Section 63 of the Principal Act is replaced by another one, which makes provision for persons who is not entitle to receive sickness, disablement benefit for temporary disablement for the days on which he works and in respect of which he receives wages. Act (Employees State Insurance) passed in 1948 (amended in 1975, 1984, 1989 and 2010) is an important measure of social security and health insurance in this country. “(2)  The other full-time members shall be paid remuneration and allowances equal to the remuneration and allowances from time to time payable to the holder of an SES office that has a classification of Senior Executive Level 1. “(5)  An order in force under subsection (2): (a)  is subject to such conditions as are specified in the order; and, (i)  where a period for the operation of the order is specified in the order—the end of that period or, if a decision is given on the appeal before the end of that period, the giving of the decision; or. “(5)  Without limiting the generality of subsection (4), the orders that may be made by the Federal Court on an appeal include: (a)  an order affirming or setting aside the decision of the Tribunal; and. 2) 1989. child, in relation to a person, means an unmarried child of the person, being a child who: (b)  has turned 18 but has not turned 21, and has been determined by the Minister in writing to be an integral part of that person’s family. “(1)  A person, other than the applicant, summoned to appear before the Tribunal to give evidence is entitled to be paid, in respect of his or her attendance, fees, and allowances for expenses, fixed by or in accordance with the regulations. “(8)  A statement under subsection (7) is not to include: (b)  where the Minister thinks that it would not be in the public interest to publish the name of another person connected in any way with the matter concerned—the name of that other person. “(3)  Where the Tribunal is notified by an applicant under subsection (2), the Tribunal: (a)  shall have regard to the applicant’s wishes; but. Penalty:  $1,000 or imprisonment for 6 months, or both. “(1)  The holder of an entry visa (not being a statutory visitor) may enter Australia after disembarkation at a proclaimed airport. Act No. Emergency (Bougainville) (General Powers) Act 1989 6. Is that marriage valid? The Criminal Procedure Act 1986 is amended as set out in Schedule 1. “(2)  Where the Minister is satisfied that a certificate is in force in relation to a person, the Minister shall grant to the person a visa with respect to travel to Australia by the person for the purposes referred to in subsection (1). “(8)  Where the Secretary arranges for a ticket to be applied for or towards the conveyance of a deportee pursuant to subsection (6): (a)  if the application of the ticket meets the conveyance expenses in full—the liability under this section in respect of the deportee shall be taken to have been discharged; and. (b)  sets aside the decision and substitutes a new decision; the decision as varied or substituted shall (except for the purpose of applications to the Tribunal for review or of appeals from decisions of the Tribunal) be taken to be a decision of the Minister. (d)  a person who is, for the purposes of the Migration Act 1958, an exempt non-citizen, being a person who is likely to remain permanently in Australia;”. exempt non-citizen means a non-citizen who is: (a)  a member of the armed forces of the Crown who enters or has entered Australia in the course of his or her duty; (b)  a diplomatic or consular representative of a country other than Australia, a member of the staff of such a representative or the spouse or dependant relative of such a representative; (c)  a person included in the complement of a vessel of the regular armed forces of a government recognised by the Commonwealth, who enters or has entered Australia with leave from that vessel during the vessel’s stay in a port; (d)  a person in relation to whom the following conditions are satisfied: (i)  the person is a member of the crew of a vessel other than: (B)  a vessel referred to in paragraph (c); (ii)  the person is not a prescribed crew member; (iii)  the person is entering or has entered Australia with leave from the vessel during the vessel’s stay in a port; (iv)  in the case of a person who enters Australia after the commencement of section 4 of the Migration Legislation Amendment Act 1989—when the person enters Australia, he or she does not intend to remain in Australia for more than 28 days; (v)  the master of the vessel has duly complied with the provisions of Division 3 of Part II that are applicable upon arrival of the vessel at the port; (e)  a person who is, or is included in a class of persons who are, for the time being exempted, by an instrument under subsection 53A(2), from the operation of subsection 6(1); or. (b)  it would be contrary to the public interest for the decision to be reviewed because such review would require consideration by the review authority of deliberations or decisions of the Cabinet or of a committee of the Cabinet. The report became the basis for the Employment State Insurance (ESI) Act of 1948. (b)        Omit “he” (second occurring), substitute “the person”. (b)  a decision that has been made in respect of the application was subject to some form of review under Part III, but the period within which such a review could be instituted has ended without a review having been instituted as prescribed.”; (d)  by adding at the end the following subsection: “(20)  For the purposes of Division 6 of Part II: (a)  a reference to a payment includes a reference to the transfer of property other than money; and. “(4)  A direction under subsection (3) shall specify the period during which the person is to be taken to continue to act in the office. “(4)  The Federal Court or a Judge of that Court may, by order, vary or revoke an order in force under subsection (2) (including an order that has previously been varied under this subsection). According to the Notification No. “(16)  An officer having with him or her a search warrant that was issued to him or her under subsection (14) and that is in force may, at any time in the day or night, and with such assistance, and using such reasonable force, as the officer thinks necessary: (a)  enter and search any building, premises, vehicle or place in which the officer has reasonable cause to believe there may be found any valuables to which a notice in force under this section relates; and. “(6)  Where a temporary entry permit was granted before the commencement of this section subject to a condition as mentioned in subparagraph (5)(c)(i), the Secretary may, after the commencement: (a)  give permission for the purposes of that condition; and. “(2)  The Secretary shall arrange for the valuables to be kept until they are dealt with in accordance with a provision of this section, and shall ensure that all reasonable steps are taken to preserve the valuables while they are so kept. “(5A)  Where it appears to the Minister that an applicant for an exempt visa is, under the regulations, entitled to be granted a visa of the class concerned: (a)  the Minister shall, subject to section 11J, grant the visa; and, (i)  may impose such conditions in connection with the grant of the visa as are permitted by the regulations; and. “(1)  The Principal Member shall be paid: (a)  such remuneration as is determined by the Remuneration Tribunal; and. A person who has been served, as prescribed, with a summons to appear before the Tribunal to give evidence and tendered reasonable expenses shall not, without reasonable excuse: (a)  fail to attend as required by the summons; or. 2) 1980. “(4)  Where it appears to the Minister that the applicant is not, under the regulations, entitled to be granted an entry permit of the class concerned, the Minister shall refuse to grant such an entry permit. presiding member, in relation to a review by the Tribunal, means: (a)  if the Tribunal is, for the purposes of the review, constituted by 2 or 3 members—the member who, in accordance with section 64J, is to preside at the review; or. “64ZB Protection of members and persons giving evidence. “(4)  If, when the Secretary takes possession of valuables, the arrested person is liable under section 21A or 21B to pay an amount to the Commonwealth, the Secretary shall, unless he or she is required to arrange for the return of the valuables because of paragraph (3)(d): (a)  apply the valuables towards the payment of the amount owed to the Commonwealth; and. The Constitution (63rd Amendment) Act, 1989. “(2)  Where an appeal is instituted in the Federal Court from a decision of the Tribunal, the Federal Court or a Judge of the Federal Court may make such orders of the kind referred to in subsection (3) as that Court or Judge considers appropriate for the purpose of securing the effectiveness of the hearing and determination of the appeal. (b)  the person does not receive a statement of services within 28 days after the making of the decision; the person may recover the amount of the payment as a debt due to the person. Omit the subparagraph, substitute the following subparagraphs: “(ii)  would have become a prohibited non-citizen within the meaning of this Act as in force from time to time after the commencement of the Migration Amendment Act 1983 but before the commencement of section 4 of the Migration Legislation Amendment Act 1989; or. Regulations..................................................................................... 105, 34.......... Further amendments....................................................................... 107, 35.......... Renumbering and re-lettering of the Migration Act........................ 107, Part 3—Amendment of Migration Amendment Act (No. “50  Court may order reparation for loss suffered, (a)  a person is convicted by a court of an offence against this Division; and. “(3)  Where, under subsection (1), a deportee who is an accompanying child in relation to another deportee would, but for this subsection, be liable to pay an amount to the Commonwealth, the following provisions have effect: (a)  if the other deportee has a spouse and that spouse is also a deportee—the other deportee and his or her spouse, rather than the first-mentioned deportee, are jointly and severally liable to pay the amount to the Commonwealth; (b)  if paragraph (a) does not apply in relation to the other deportee—the other deportee, rather than the first-mentioned deportee, is liable to pay the amount to the Commonwealth. “11ZL  Application of provisions of Division 1B. “(2)  The regulations that may be made under subsection (1) include, but are not limited to, regulations setting out the times at which, or the periods within which, things may be done, or must be done, for the purposes of, or in connection with, the review of decisions under those regulations. “(6)  The Minister does not have a duty to consider whether to exercise the power under subsection (1) or (2) in respect of any decision, whether he or she is requested to do so by the applicant or by any other person, or in any other circumstances. “(ba)  in relation to a period on or after the prescribed date during which the person was present in Australia (other than a prescribed Territory), if: (i)  the person’s continued presence in Australia (other than a prescribed Territory) was not during that period, subject to any limitation as to time imposed by law; (ii)  the person was not, during that period, an illegal entrant; and. “(3)  For the purposes of subsection (2), information shall be taken to be contained in an application if, and only if: (a)  the application was made in the approved form and was duly lodged in accordance with the regulations; and. (b)  in respect of the grant of that entry permit: (i)  the person produced a bogus document, or caused a bogus document to be produced, to an officer or a person exercising powers or performing functions under this Act; or. Consequential amendment of other Acts 4. “(1)  This section applies in relation to the review of a reviewable decision where the review authority has determinative powers in relation to the reviewable decision. (a)  a valid visa that was granted, after the commencement of section 7 of the Migration Amendment Act (No. “(8)  For the purposes of this section and section 11A, an applicant who: (a)  is given a notice under paragraph (3)(a); and. “(2)  Where, during the review, it appears to the review authority that the applicant might have grounds for making another application for an entry permit of the same class or an application for an entry permit of a different class, the review authority shall: (a)  notify the applicant accordingly; and. “(7)  For the purposes of this section, a person who is providing interpreting services in connection with a review by the Tribunal shall be taken to be performing a function under this Act. “11A  Circumstances in which non-citizens may become illegal entrants. (a)  to whom subsection (1) would apply if the person entered Australia; or. (b)  has arrived in Australia but has been refused permission to enter Australia. “(12)  If the notice is confirmed by the court, it remains in force for such period, not exceeding 12 months, as is specified by the court. (A) 290/1990 Revision of Laws (Moneylenders 14-12-1989 Act) Order 1990 P.U. (d)  refers to the evidence or any other material on which the findings of fact were based. up to 26 January 2000. “(1)  This section applies to an illegal entrant who: (a)  has entered, and remains in, Australia; (b)  while in Australia, has been refused an entry permit; and. “(2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), a decision or recommendation made on a review shall be taken to be the decision or recommendation most favourable to the applicant if there is no other decision or recommendation that: (b)  in the Tribunal’s opinion, the applicant would prefer the Tribunal to make. Section 66 of the Principal Act is repealed. “(4)  Nothing in this section shall be taken to limit the operation of subsection 11E(4). “(1)  This section applies to a person who is or has been: (b)  a person acting as a member of the Tribunal; (d)  a person providing interpreting services in connection with a review by the Tribunal. (b)  a document or notation that was issued on behalf of the Commonwealth before 1 November 1979 in respect of the return of a person to Australia. (b)  the person’s reasons for the intention, opinion, belief or purpose. In March 1943, Prof. B.P.Adarkar was appointed by the Government of India to create a report on the health insurance scheme for industrial workers. “(2)  Where a power under this Act is to be exercised on application by a person, the person exercising the power: (a)  is entitled to exercise that power on the basis of the information contained in the application only; but. (6)  Section 35 of this Act commences on the day after the provisions of this Act referred to in subsection (4) commence. 29 of 1989) dated 23rd August, 1989, was enacted with the view to amend the provisions of The Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948 (Act no. “(3)  The criteria that may be prescribed include, but are not limited to, the criterion that the applicant receives the necessary score when assessed as provided by section 11X. (b)  a valid entry permit granted after the commencement of section 4 of the Migration Legislation Amendment Act 1989 that is endorsed pursuant to subsection 11A(4) with a statement that the person granting the entry permit recognises the holder of the entry permit to be a person to whom subsection 11A(1) or (2), as the case requires, applies for the reasons set out in a section 11A notice referred to in the endorsement, where those are the only reasons for which either of those last-mentioned subsections applies to the person. Omit the paragraph, substitute the following paragraph: “(c)  the deportee was, when he or she came to Australia, the spouse of, and in the company of, the holder of a passport so endorsed in which the deportee was named as the spouse of the holder; or”. (2) Part 3 commences on 19 June 1990. Similarly, some other provisions has also been amended by this Act. “64U Minister may set aside Tribunal’s decision etc. “(1)  Subject to this section, a deportee who is being, or who has been, kept in custody under section 38 or 39 (whether or not as a deportee) is liable to pay the Commonwealth, in respect of each custody day in relation to the deportee, an amount equal to the daily maintenance amount for the custody day. Revised legislation carried on this site may not be fully up to date. (b)  the application is made, pursuant to that notification, within 10 working days after the person is so notified. In spite of anything else in this Act, the Secretary shall not give to the Tribunal a document, or information, if the Minister certifies, in writing, that the disclosure of any matter contained in the document, or the disclosure of the information, would be contrary to the public interest: (a)  because it would prejudice the security, defence or international relations of Australia; or. “64M  Where review ‘on the papers’ is not available. Moreover, this Act provides for another new provision relating to offences by Companies under new Section 86A. “(2)  For the purposes of this section, a member has a conflict of interest in relation to a review by the Tribunal if the member has any interest, pecuniary or otherwise, that could conflict with the proper performance of the member’s functions in relation to that review. “(3)  The Principal Member may lay down written guidelines for the allocation of the work of the Tribunal. (b)        Omit “he”, substitute “the person”. The Employees State Insurance Act, ESI Act for short, was enacted by the Government of India in 1948. “(9)  The notice stops being in force at the end of the third working day after it is given unless, before the end of that day, the Secretary has applied to a court for an order confirming the notice. “(4)  An amount is not payable to the Commonwealth under this section in respect of a custody day in relation to a deportee if another person, being a person on whom a requirement is or has been made under section 21, has paid, or is liable to pay, an amount to the Commonwealth in respect of the cost of maintaining the deportee on that day, or during a period that includes that day. (b)  if the applicant’s score is less than the applicable pass mark: (i)  if those regulations do not permit any further reconsideration of the application—the applicant shall be taken not to have received the necessary score; and. (2) Section 4 and Schedule 7 commence on the date of assent to this Act. “11ZC  Entry permits not to be granted to persons outside Australia. “64ZN  Remuneration and allowances of Principal Member. (d)  in relation to the cancellation of entry permits that are granted subject to a limitation as to the time the holder is authorised to remain in Australia. “11W  Minister may suspend processing of entry permit applications where applicants are in Australia. (a)     Subsection 2(1) of the Migration Legislation Amendment (Consequential Amendments) Act 1989 provides as follows: (1)   This Act, other than section 4, commences immediately before the commencement of section 4 of the Migration Legislation Amendment Act 1989. 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