Djokovic may have faulted on travel form
As Immigration Minister Alex Hawke continues his consideration of whether to cancel Novak Djokovic’s visa, attention has turned to a potential error on the tennis champ’s official border entry form. The passenger is asked if they have travelled in the 2 weeks before coming to Oz – he answered that he had not been anywhere. But Djokovic’s social media shows him at home in Belgrade, Serbia for Christmas, and then he was in Spain on 4 January before arriving in Melbourne on 5 January. “Providing false or misleading information or documentation to the Commonwealth can lead to visa cancellation and/or attract penalties, including under criminal law,” according to the Australian Border Force. Djokovic’s lawyers have not given his version of events yet. Meanwhile, Djokovic’s every move is being watched…
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