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Yes that is correct.
Because there is a place for him to stay, the department will assess whether he is to be allowed to stay after he is granted parole.
Parole is no a guarantee and the department will wait to hear whether he has been granted parole at which point he is not in detention that they will make any determination about deporting him.
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The parole process is to release him to the public in Australia.
He will be released on parole based on where he would be living in Australia.
He many not be granted parole so the department of immigration will not use resources to decide if he is to be deported unit they know he is released.
They immigration department may decide not to do anything.
The reason I say this is because when on parole you are still serving a sentence that the court issued.
They immigration department may decide to allow him to stay and not cancel his visa and re-vsiti it after parole. If he breaches parole then he may be deported when released.
You can only find out what they intend to do if you are authorised by him and contact the department directly.
I can only guess.
If they feel it is a serious enough offence they can issue a deportation order once he is finishes his parole.
My understanding is they do nothing until after the release.