There Are 7,500 People Living in Australia Who Arrived By Boat Illegally And Have Not Yet Proved Their Refugee Status, Face Being Deported

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Sydney (dpa) – Asylum seekers who arrived illegally in Australia by boat must apply for refugee status by October 1 or face deportation, the immigration minister said Sunday. There are 7,500 people living in Australia who arrived by boat illegally and have not yet proved their refugee status, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton told reporters in Brisbane.…


 
 


 
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