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MIGRATION ACT 1958 - SECT 147 Commonwealth criminal justice stay certificate MIGRATION ACT 1958 - SECT 147
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(CTH) MIGRATION ACT 1958
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Act Short Title
Acts are referred to by short and long titles. The short title for this Act is: “Migration Act 1958”.

The long title for this Act is: “An Act relating to the entry into, and presence in, Australia of aliens, and the departure or deportation from Australia of aliens and certain other persons.”
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