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Da li Novak treba da dobije dozvolu da udje u Australiju  

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  1. 1. Da li Novak treba da dobije dozvolu da udje u Australiju

    • Da
      35
    • Ne
      29
    • Ne zanima me
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  2. 2. Tko je kriv za celu situaciju

    • Novak
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      47
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An emergency court hearing on Friday night prevented Djokovic's immediate deportation from the country and the 20-time major winner remains free for now.

 

But he will effectively return to immigration detention when he meets with Australian Border Force officers in Melbourne at 08:00 on Saturday morning (21:00 Friday GMT).

The Serbian's lawyers have already filed an appeal against Mr Hawke's decision, which they called "patently irrational".

Djokovic's main ground of appeal is that Mr Hawke's decision was not based on any health risk he may pose to Australia, where he has now been for nine days, but rather on the risk his actions have of inflaming anti-vax sentiment.

 

Hearings will begin on Saturday morning at 10:15 local time (23:15 GMT) at the Federal Circuit Court. Djokovic's lawyers hope to conclude proceedings by the end of Sunday to allow him to take part in the first round of the Australian Open next week.

The defending champion has already been included in the men's draw and is scheduled to play on Monday against fellow Serbian Miomir Kecmanović.

One further option open to Djokovic's lawyers should the trial drag on is to apply for what is known as a bridging visa. This would allow him to remain in Australia and compete in the competition while his appeal is ongoing.

 

Such visas do not typically entitle applicants to work, though some categories do allow an exemption.

What happens if he loses his appeal?

If Djokovic's appeal fails, then Australian law dictates that he would be barred from being granted another visa for three years, imperilling his chances at winning another Australian Open.

This can be waved depending on "compassionate circumstances", though it is unclear whether sporting events would qualify under this exemption.

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57 minutes ago, cedo said:

An emergency court hearing on Friday night prevented Djokovic's immediate deportation from the country and the 20-time major winner remains free for now.

 

But he will effectively return to immigration detention when he meets with Australian Border Force officers in Melbourne at 08:00 on Saturday morning (21:00 Friday GMT).

The Serbian's lawyers have already filed an appeal against Mr Hawke's decision, which they called "patently irrational".

Djokovic's main ground of appeal is that Mr Hawke's decision was not based on any health risk he may pose to Australia, where he has now been for nine days, but rather on the risk his actions have of inflaming anti-vax sentiment.

 

Hearings will begin on Saturday morning at 10:15 local time (23:15 GMT) at the Federal Circuit Court. Djokovic's lawyers hope to conclude proceedings by the end of Sunday to allow him to take part in the first round of the Australian Open next week.

The defending champion has already been included in the men's draw and is scheduled to play on Monday against fellow Serbian Miomir Kecmanović.

One further option open to Djokovic's lawyers should the trial drag on is to apply for what is known as a bridging visa. This would allow him to remain in Australia and compete in the competition while his appeal is ongoing.

 

Such visas do not typically entitle applicants to work, though some categories do allow an exemption.

What happens if he loses his appeal?

If Djokovic's appeal fails, then Australian law dictates that he would be barred from being granted another visa for three years, imperilling his chances at winning another Australian Open.

This can be waved depending on "compassionate circumstances", though it is unclear whether sporting events would qualify under this exemption.

Australijanci pokazuju da su ozbiljni carevi: izdaju vizu na osnovu odluke svoje medicinske komisije, onda ministar po svom hiru oduzme tu istu vizu i onda izdaju zabranu ulaska u zemlju u trajanju od tri godine. Voolin approves this, zvuci kao nešto iz njegove glave. 

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19 minutes ago, Zverilla said:

Australijanci pokazuju da su ozbiljni carevi: izdaju vizu na osnovu odluke svoje medicinske komisije, onda ministar po svom hiru oduzme tu istu vizu i onda izdaju zabranu ulaska u zemlju u trajanju od tri godine. Voolin approves this, zvuci kao nešto iz njegove glave. 

baš je greg rusetski upravo ovo tvitovao

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10 minutes ago, Tsai said:

jel ima neko tajmlajn desavanja za sutra?

 

ima za dva i po sata

imas i link gore

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1 hour ago, Zverilla said:

Australijanci pokazuju da su ozbiljni carevi: izdaju vizu na osnovu odluke svoje medicinske komisije, onda ministar po svom hiru oduzme tu istu vizu i onda izdaju zabranu ulaska u zemlju u trajanju od tri godine. Voolin approves this, zvuci kao nešto iz njegove glave. 

Sprdnja sta rade. Usli su u tamni vilajet i sad jedu govna naveliko... stvarno bi bilo lepo da ispuse i ovaj put i da se prikazu u svoj svojoj politikantskoj bedi 

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29 minutes ago, cedo said:

ne znam ... ovako kako je postavljeno ne bi smelo da prodje na sudu

 

ovo ne, ali ako ne prodje aktivirace order 66 i pobiti sve dzedaje na planeti :fantom:

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