(1) If a decision is made under subsection 501(1) or (2) or 501A(2) or section 501B, 501BA, 501CA or 501F to:
(a) refuse to grant a visa to a person; or
(b) cancel a visa that has been granted to a person; or
(ba) not revoke a decision to cancel a visa that has been granted to a person;
the Minister must give the person a written notice that:
(c) sets out the decision; and
(d) specifies the provision under which the decision was made and sets out the effect of that provision; and
(e) sets out the reasons (other than non-disclosable information) for the decision; and
(f) if the decision was made by a delegate of the Minister under subsection 501(1) or (2), or section 501CA and the person has a right to have the decision reviewed by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal:
(i) states that the decision can be reviewed by the Tribunal; and
(ii) states the time in which the application for review may be made; and
(iii) states who can apply to have the decision reviewed; and
(iv) states where the application for review can be made; and
(v) in a case where the decision relates to a person in the migration zone--sets out the effect of subsections 500(6A) to (6L) (inclusive); and
(vi) sets out such additional information (if any) as is prescribed.
(2) If the decision referred to in subsection (1):
(a) was made by a delegate of the Minister under subsection 501(1) or (2), or section 501CA; and
(b) is reviewable by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal; and
(c) relates to a person in the migration zone;
the notice under subsection (1) that relates to the decision must be accompanied by 2 copies of every document, or part of a document, that:
(d) is in the delegate's possession or under the delegate's control; and
(e) was relevant to the making of the decision; and
(f) does not contain non-disclosable information.
(3) A notice under subsection (1) must be given in the prescribed manner.
(4) A failure to comply with this section in relation to a decision does not affect the validity of the decision.