Djokovic has been asked to meet immigration officials on Saturday - The Age

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Djokovic has been asked to meet immigration officials on Saturday - The Age

Djokovic has been asked to meet immigration officials on Saturday - The Age

MELBOURNE : Novak Djokovic has been asked to present himself for an interview with Australian immigration officials on Saturday and will remain out of detention until then, The Age newspaper reported on Friday after his visa was cancelled for a second time by the government.The government is currently ta

MELBOURNE : Novak Djokovic has been asked to present himself for an interview with Australian immigration officials on Saturday and will remain out of detention until then, The Age newspaper reported on Friday after his visa was cancelled for a second time by the government.

The government is currently talking to his lawyers, the newspaper said.Spokespersons for Immigration Minister Alex Hawke did not immediately respond to a request for comment.(Reporting by Sonali Paul; Editing by Toby Chopra)

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LinkedIn MELBOURNE : Novak Djokovic has been asked to present himself for an interview with Australian immigration officials on Saturday and will remain out of detention until then, The Age newspaper reported on Friday after his visa was cancelled for a second time by the government.at Tullamarine Airport.Serbia , where many perceive the way he has been treated in the ongoing visa saga as an affront., where the box stating he had not travelled abroad in the two weeks prior to leaving for Australia was ticked.

The government is currently talking to his lawyers, the newspaper said. Spokespersons for Immigration Minister Alex Hawke did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Although Djokovic is not entitled to appeal against Hawke’s verdict, he can call for a judicial review. (Reporting by Sonali Paul; Editing by Toby Chopra) Source: Reuters . On Wednesday, Mr Djokovic faced fresh scrutiny as he admitted a mistake was made on his Australian entry documents and also to meeting a journalist last month in Belgrade, Serbia’s capital, despite having Covid.