What happens if I am not sent correspondence to my e-mail (which I review daily), because DIBP send such to my mailing address?

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    Trevor Cuss

    There are a number of decisions, some recently, from the Federal Court of Australia, which indicate how important it is to not assume the Department will communicate by email, particularly where an alternative mailing address has also been given by you.

    This is especially important when considering visa refusal and visa cancellation notifications – as you can easily become unlawful if you aren’t checking all methods of ‘proper delivery’ to you.

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