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Certificate - Department of Immigration Entry Permit, Mary Louey Gung, 31 Jul 1962 Document Reg. No: HT 15764

Summary:
Certificate issued by the Dept of Immigration to Mary Louey Gung permitting her to remain in Australia, dated 31 July 1962. Mary arrived in Melbourne from Hong Kong on the ship Shansi in 1947, with her husband Samuel and two children Jeffrey and Phyllis. The Gung family collection documents their experiences of immigrating and living in Australia from the 1920s to the 1960s and the gradual easing of the White Australia policy.

Mary was married to Samuel Gung, who was born in Australia to Chinese parents. They remained in Australia after migrating in 1947, having four more children here. They were greatly assisted in immigration matters by Auther Calwell, then Immigration Minister, and a friend of the family.
Description:
Green card with black printed text. Personal details written in pen. Department of Immigration stamp inside.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Jeff Gung, 2006
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 8.90 cm (Width), 12.80 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: chinese immigration, immigration, immigration selection, immigration policies, citizenship, government departments, white australia policy
Themes this item is part of: Gung Family Collection, Migration Collection
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Naturalisation & Citizenship
Tertiary Classification: certificates
Inscriptions: Text, front cover: Form M.56./COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA/DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION./Migration Act 1958./Aliens Act 1947-1959./NOTICE/If you leave Australia you should hand this/folder to the Customs or Immigration Officer/in attendance at the point of departure.
Issued By: Commonwealth Department of Immigration, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 31 Jul 1962
Issued To: Mrs Mary Gung, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 31 Jul 1962

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