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Certificate - Authority to Remain in Australia, Issued to Bretislav Lukes, Commonwealth of Australia, 27 May 1952 Document Reg. No: HT 8043

Certificate of Authority to Remain in Australia, issued by the Commonwealth of Australia to Bretislav Lukes on 27 May 1952. This documents certifies that Bretislav has permanent residency status in Australia. Bretislav was born 12 January 1922 in Stankou in Czechoslovakia. He claims to have worked for the Germans during the war in Junkers aircraft factory. Following the war he trained as an electrician while in an International Refugee Organisation Camp. He migrated to Australia on the Goya in 1950 and was sent to Bonegilla. Following his two years compulsory employment at Australian Iron and Steel at Port Kembla, he moved to Melbourne.
Grey paper with black printed text and typed annotations, Australian coat of arms letterhead.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Peter Schafer, 2004
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 18.70 cm (Width), 24.50 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: immigration, immigrant voyages, displaced persons, migrant camps, czechoslovakian communities, czechoslovakian immigration
Themes this item is part of: Cultural Diversity Collection, Migration Collection, Bretislav Lukes, Czechoslovakian Migrant, 1950
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Processing - Arrival
Tertiary Classification: certificates
Inscriptions: No. 100081/COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA/Certificate of Authority to Remain/in Australia/This is to certify that approval has been given for the removal of the limitation/imposed under Section 4 of the Immigration Act upon the stay in Australia of/Bretislav LUKES/who is the holder of Aliens Registration Certificate No. 184156.
Issued By: Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 27 May 1952
Issued To: Bretislav Lukes, Australia, 27 May 1952

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