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Judge Rules In Favor of Djokovic's Appeal of Visa Cancelation

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Judge Rules In Favor , of Djokovic's Appeal, of Visa Cancelation.
'The Independent' reports that top-ranked
tennis star Novak Djokovic has won his appeal
after being denied an Australian visa.
'The Independent' reports that top-ranked
tennis star Novak Djokovic has won his appeal
after being denied an Australian visa.
Since January 6, Djokovic has been detained
at a Melbourne immigration facility. .
His visa was canceled following scrutiny
of a medical exemption he had secured prior
to traveling to the Australian Open. .
Djokovic's legal team confirmed
that the tennis star had tested positive for
and recovered from covid last month.
Following a long hearing on January 10,
Judge Anthony Kelly reversed
the cancelation of Djokovic's visa. .
The judge also ordered the Australian
government to pay the tennis player's legal costs
and release him from detention within a half hour. .
Judge Kelly then asked the court, , “What more could this man have done?”.
Here, a professor and an eminently qualified
physician have produced and provided
to the applicant a medical exemption, Judge Anthony Kelly, via 'The Indepedent'.
Further to that, that medical exemption
and the basis on which it was given was
separately given by a further independent
expert specialist panel established by the
Victorian state government and that
document was in the hands of the delegate, Judge Anthony Kelly, via 'The Indepedent'.
Further to that, that medical exemption
and the basis on which it was given was
separately given by a further independent
expert specialist panel established by the
Victorian state government and that
document was in the hands of the delegate, Judge Anthony Kelly, via 'The Indepedent'.
According to 'The Independent,' Minister for Immigration Alex Hawke is considering whether to enact a “personal power of cancellation” of Djokovic’s visa.
That decision would bar Djokovic
from entering Australia for three years.
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