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Immigration Minister warns more Apex gang members they could be deported

Neil Mitchell
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Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says more teenage offenders associated with the Apex gang could be kicked out of the country, with one already being deported to New Zealand.

The government has moved to cancel the visas of several teenagers under the Migration Act in a bid to clamp down on illegal activity and youth crime.

‘Unfortunately over recent times the activity of the Apex gangs and others have meant Melbourne is in the headlines for the wrong reasons,’ he told Tony Jones.

‘This should send a very clear message to these people, if they cherish the life they lead here in Australia, they need to start respecting Australians and abide by the law.’

He also urged the Andrews Government to ‘do more’ to address gang related violence. 

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