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New formulated codes of conduct for Asylum seekers in Australia

December 2013, 19
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Asylum seekers in Australia
Asylum seekers who are currently residing in Australia risk facing severe consequences if they break the newly formulated codes of conduct to which they have agreed to abided by. Anti Social behaviour of any kind, failing to show up at arranged interviews without prior explanation and not being completely truthful when they are communicating with officials from the government, could result in the asylum seeker having their visa abolished as well as having the payments they receive from the Australian government decreased. A lot of the requirements which are set out in the codes of conduct, reiterate previous laws, stating that the asylum seeker is obligated to obey and stick to the rules and laws established by the government of Australia. Asylum seekers who are in Australia are now expected to provide their signature when they are agreeing to acknowledge the codes of conduct which they must respect. All of the asylum seekers are informed that failure to sign the agreement, or behaving in a manner that will breach the agreement could lead to the asylum seeker being deported and moved to a processing centre offshore or they could possibly be placed into a immigration detention centre. 

Previously, asylum seekers who had been discharged into the Australian community had compulsory obligations stated on their bridging visa, where it was stated that there were to be no crimes carried out, they must notify the relevant departments of any significant changes in circumstance and overall obey all of the specified rules of the community they are in. Failing to stick to the signed agreement, no longer needs to be taken to court and undergo a trial, a decision can be made by a minister regarding the outcome of the breaching of conditions, neither the courts or the police department need to be contacted or involved. Asylum seekers must agree to obey all of the laws in Australia, this includes laws of the roads and collaborate with any instructions handed out by police or officials. It is also imperative that all health concerns are checked and treated appropriately, to protect themselves and community members. Asylum seekers must not initiate or retaliate a situation which will result in violence, damage, production of fraudulent documents or lying to government officials. Contact to a person of any nature without the person giving consent despite their age is strictly forbidden as is inappropriate contact with a person below the legal consensual age.

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