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Tuesday, 11 April 1972
Page: 925

Senator MULVIHILL asked the Minis ter representing the Minister for Immigration, upon notice:

What were the circumstances that enabled Raymond James Palmer, a Canadian, to receive a visa to enter Australia in view of his criminal record in Canada and from what city was the visa issued.

Senator GREENWOOD - The Minister for Immigration has provided the following answer to the honourable senator's question: 1 am informed by the Minister that Mr Palmer's case is considered sub-judice. Consequently the information sought by the honourable senator may not be provided until the time for lodging an appeal has expired, or if an appeal is made, until such time as the proceedings are completed.

The Minister will ensure that you receive the information as soon as possible.

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