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New expatriants are facing deportation due to expatriates failing to pay their debts

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The number of people seeking to return to Australia has been on the rise in recent years, with more than 8,000 people attempting to do so last year, according to data released by the Department of Immigration.

However, some expatriots are now facing deportation.

The latest data shows the number of expatriated people seeking deportation in the past year rose by 18 per cent, to 6,091.

The numbers of people who have been given an undertaking to pay back their debt has also risen, from 3,619 to 5,845.

The data shows more than 3,600 people have been granted an undertaking from the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) in the same period, and the number has risen to 4,942.

A total of 4,622 expatriation cases were filed in the ACT in 2016, up from 2,938 the previous year.

ACT Chief Minister Peter Collier said it was the second year in a row that the number had increased.

“We’ve had the numbers go up, but it’s been driven by those people who are applying for a new visa. “

“The vast majority of expat cases are being filed by Australians who have arrived in Australia and we’re working to make sure they can remain here, and that they don’t become ineligible for citizenship.” “

In the past two years, the ACT Government has launched a number of initiatives to ensure expatriating people are able to stay in Australia, including providing new visa processing facilities to help more Australians who are expatriators obtain a visa. “

The vast majority of expat cases are being filed by Australians who have arrived in Australia and we’re working to make sure they can remain here, and that they don’t become ineligible for citizenship.”

In the past two years, the ACT Government has launched a number of initiatives to ensure expatriating people are able to stay in Australia, including providing new visa processing facilities to help more Australians who are expatriators obtain a visa.

But many expatriats are now concerned about the amount of debt they owe, with a number claiming they are unable to repay their debts.

ACT MP Sam Dastyari said he had spoken to more than one person who said they had owed more than $1000.

Mr Dastyaris said he was also concerned about what he called a “pervasive” culture in Australia where some expatriants would not pay back debts.

ACT Immigration Minister Michaelia Cash said the Government was taking steps to ensure people were not getting their debts serviced by private debt collectors. “

I think it’s a very serious issue and it needs to be addressed,” he said.

ACT Immigration Minister Michaelia Cash said the Government was taking steps to ensure people were not getting their debts serviced by private debt collectors.

“Our debt collectors are now being trained to recognise the debt and the obligations of those who have done this.”

There is a culture that has developed over the last two years that people are not paying their debts, that they’re not paying what they owe.

Mr Cash said some expats were being forced to “do the work” themselves, by borrowing money from friends and family to pay debts. “

So the Government is working hard to help ensure that Australians don’t end up in that situation.”

Mr Cash said some expats were being forced to “do the work” themselves, by borrowing money from friends and family to pay debts.

“You are forced to repay these debts that you have taken on,” he told the ABC.

“That’s a fact.”

Aboriginal Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said many expats would need help paying off their debts because they were living overseas.

“This is a very dangerous culture that’s developed,” he says.

“In my view, it’s very, very, serious and we need to change it.”

Mr Dutton says the Government has “been very active in engaging with those who are in debt and helping them to find solutions”.

The ACT Government says it has also started issuing warnings to those who may be considering taking on a debt to support their overseas travel.

AborigoingAboriginals have long been an integral part of the community in Australia.

Photo: Getty Images “We will continue to work with them to make it easier for them to return home, as they are still eligible to apply for citizenship,” Ms Cash said.

“They should apply for Australian citizenship if they want to be a part of Australia.”

She said many people were taking on debts to help support their travel and would have to pay them back when they returned.

“Aborigoers are a very important part of our community, particularly in terms of their ability to provide for themselves,” she said.

A new bill proposed by Opposition Leader David Leyonhjelm would make it an offence for people to owe more than 10,000 dollars to their country of origin.

It comes after the Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, proposed changes to the Federal Government’s citizenship rules, including changes to how people could become a citizen, after being granted permanent residency.

The Government has been working with the Senate to change the rules, with Labor supporting the changes.

However the Government’s proposed changes are still unlikely to pass the

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