Djokovic is not going into custody, immigration officials to interview him tomorrow!
The government is currently in talks with his lawyers
The world's best tennis player, Novak Djokovic, will not go into custody after his visa was canceled for the second time by Australian minister of immigration, local media report.
Djokovic will have to talk to immigration officials tomorrow during the day, when he will present his case.
According to reports, the government of Australia is currently talking with Novak Djokovic's lawyers about further steps. They are expected to appeal the decision soon, and demanded that the entire process be completed by Sunday.
Djokovic been asked to present himself for an interview with immigration officials tomorrow
Govt currently talking with his lawyers, per @Gallo_Ways
— Paul Sakkal (@paulsakkal) January 14, 2022
The good news is that Novak will not have to go into any kind of custody until the interview and that no type of police force will be used against him, according to a journalist from the The Age.
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