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Sudanese Man Found in Werribee Charged for Breaking Visa Curfew

Australian Federal Police

Sudanese-born man charged with breaching visa curfew faces possible imprisonment and hefty fine

A 34-year-old man originally from Sudan is set to make an appearance in the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court tonight 9 July, 2024 after being charged by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) for allegedly violating his visa-mandated curfew. The man was located in Werribee and charged today 9 July, 2024.

Got it Motors July 2024

According to the AFP, the man failed to comply with a condition of his Commonwealth visa on 3 July, 2024 by not adhering to his residential curfew obligations. He has been charged with one count of failing to comply with a curfew condition, which is in violation of section 76C(1) of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth).

The penalty for this offence can result in a maximum of five years imprisonment and/or a $93,900 fine. The man’s identity has not been disclosed at this time. The AFP has not provided any further information regarding the circumstances surrounding the alleged violation.

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