Federal Circuit Court Youtube Streaming Video Goes Viral

Federal Circuit Court Youtube Streaming Video Goes Viral

WATCH: Federal Circuit Court Youtube Streaming Video Goes Viral: The Serbian tennis player, Novak Djokovic is currently trending all over the web. Not because of his game but due to his visa issue. The second visa hearing of Novak Djokovic will be viewed live on Youtube on the official channel of the Australian Federal Court on Saturday, 15th January 2022. On Friday, 14th January 2022, Alex Hawke, the Immigration Minister of Australia exercised his personal power to cancel the visa of the Serb, saying it was in the “public interest” to do so. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

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Hawke stated in a statement which reads that “Today I exercised my power under section 133 C(3) of the Migration Act to abandon the visa held by Mr. Novak Djokovic on good and health order grounds, on the basis that it was in the public interest to do so.”

As assumed, Globe No. 1’s attorneys appealed the decision and at first, a hearing will take place on Saturday, 15th January 2022. An appeal hearing is expected to be conducted on Sunday, 16th January 2022. The hearing has been moved from the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia to the Federal Court of Australia and will be listed prior to Judge David John O’Callaghan at around 10:15 AM local time (04:45 AM IST, 11:15 PM GMT).

In order to provide transparency, the hearing will be broadcast live on Youtube through the official channel of the Federal Court Of Australia.

The Future Of Novak Djokovic At The 2022 Australian Open Will Be Decided Over The Weekend 

Courts in Melbourne do not usually stay open after 05:00 PM local time on Friday, 14th January 2022. But Judge Anthony Kelly, who controlled over the first hearing in the family court, summoned an emergency hearing after working hours following the sudden decision of Alex Hawke.

The 20-time Slam champion is also ready to be interviewed by Australian immigration officials at 08:00 AM local time on Saturday, 15th January 2022. If the vise of Serb cancellation stands, he will not be permitted to defend his Australian Open title this month. The 09-time Australian Open Champion has been drawn to play the match against compatriot Miomir Kecmanovi in the 1st round of the event.

Though, if he is deported from the country prior to the order of play being released, Kecmanovic will play against Andrey Rublev who is World No. 5.