Domestic violence offenders are banned from traveling to Australia.
??The law passed in late February, states any VISA applicant no matter from what country will be ??denied entry into Australia if they were found guilty of domestic violence.
??David Coleman, Minister for Immigration of Australia issued a stern statement.
??“The message is clear: if you’ve been convicted of a violent crime against women or children, you are not welcome in this country.” he said in the release.
??Australia's VISA policy has become more strict in recent years.
??According to the Epoch Times, over 4,100 VISAs from foreign criminals have been canceled since 2014 by the centre-right Liberal Coalition government;??Compared to 582 canceled VISAS under the left-leaning Labor government from 2009 to 2013.
??Travel and Leisure reports, In the past the country has taken a stand against accepting VISAs from domestic violence offenders, ??Including Floyd Mayweather and Chris Brown because of domestic violence convictions.