Iranian-Born Man Charged with Visa Breaches,

Australia, Police


An Iranian-born man is set to appear before Parramatta Local Court today (24 June, 2024) charged with allegedly failing to comply with his visa-mandated curfew conditions. The 34-year-old man was initially arrested in Pendle Hill by NSW Police, and was subsequently charged by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) on 22 June, 2024.

According to the AFP, the man is accused of breaching the conditions of his Commonwealth visa by failing to observe his residential curfew obligations. These alleged offenses carry a maximum penalty of five years’ imprisonment and a $93,900 fine for each offense.

The man has already made an appearance before Parramatta Local Court on 22 June 2024 and was remanded into custody. He is scheduled to reappear in court today.

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As the case unfolds, more information may become available regarding the alleged visa breaches and the subsequent legal proceedings. Stay tuned for updates on this developing story.