No Citizenship for hiding 'stolen' pair of shoes

No Citizenship for 'now'

...  a conviction for which he was fined $200 and $76 on each in court’s costs... he lost the opportunity to become Australian citizen... attempting to explain his conduct, he said(excerpt):

 ... I was caught in Sydney ... that time I was on student visa and wasn’t fully aware of the Australian laws... I feel guilty for my offence which I have done unwittingly... I also paid the fine to court straight after the decision was accomplish... Read More


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