No evidence has been supplied, that is the issue.Good decision?
What evidence have you seen to determine that?
From various news reports I've seen, ND supplied information to a board that is self admittedly not an investigation body. Taking this information on face value, a visa was granted.
When he presented at immigration in Melbourne airport arrivals, the information given was scrutinised and no proof could be produced as to the truth of the information for what ever reason.
As the information used to obtain the visa couldn't be verified the visa was cancelled.
This process is the same for countries all over the world. Visas are issued and when questioned on arrival the visa can be cancelled.
The onus in not on the immigration services/ Boarder security to disprove information, the onus is on the traveler to prove their claims.
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