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On 24 June 2015, the Australian Citizenship Amendment (Allegiance to Australia) Bill 2015 was referred to the Committee by the Attorney-General.
The Attorney-General asked the Committee to also consider whether proposed section 35A of the Bill (the conviction-based cessation)...
There are an estimated 100 Australians fighting in the Middle East with terror groups like Islamic State. About 50 of them are believed to be dual nationals.
Within weeks, the Federal Government will present legislation to Parliament to strip dual citizens involved in terrorist...
Current terrorism threats identified by the Australian and other Western governments include those associated with their nationals fighting with overseas terrorist and insurgent groups (‘foreign fighters’) and different forms of ‘home-grown’ terrorism. While the foreign fighter phenomenon is not new, a range of factors, including...