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Are both

1 He hasn't still arrived
2 He hasn't arrived yet

equivalent and correct?

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Anonymousequivalent and correct?
The word order is different.

1 He still hasn't arrived.
2 He hasn't arrived yet.
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The first implies some expectation that he is late. The second does not necessarily imply this.
It turns out your father will have to pay.