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Bigamist awarded costs over visa cancellation as form 'not clear'
by Tessa Akerman
A Muslim bigamist will have his court costs paid by the federal government after the Federal Court found he had his visa cancelled because the migration forms did not provide enough or clear options to describe his relationship status.
Egyptian man Mahmoud Mahdy Mahmoud Salama moved to Australia in 2003 on a prospective partner visa and married an Australian woman the same year.
He was then granted a provisional partner visa and returned to Egypt in 2004 where he married another woman in Cairo, while still married in Australia.
In 2006, Mr Salama was granted a permanent partner visa, while married to both women.
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