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Shaw v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs

Constitutional law (Cth) - Powers of the Parliament - Naturalisation and aliens - Applicant born in United Kingdom - Applicant entered Australia in 1974 - Applicant did not acquire Australian citizenship - Cancellation of applicant's visa by Minister - Whether power of cancellation validly extended to applicant - Whether applicant an "alien" for purposes of s 51(xix) of the Constitution - Whether applicant's statutory status as "British subject" at time of entry into Australia inconsistent with classification as "alien" - Whether applicant a "subject of the Queen" for purposes of s 117 of the Constitution.

Constitutional law (Cth) - Powers of the Parliament - Whether applicant subject to removal under power with respect to immigration - Whether applicant subject to removal under power with respect to external affairs - Whether implied nationhood power relevant.

Shaw v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs [2003] HCA 72 (9

Shaw v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs

Constitutional law (Cth) - Powers of the Parliament - Naturalisation and aliens - Applicant born in United Kingdom - Applicant entered Australia in 1974 - Applicant did not acquire Australian citizenship - Cancellation of applicant's visa by Minister - Whether power of cancellation validly extended to applicant - Whether applicant an "alien" for purposes of s 51(xix) of the Constitution - Whether applicant's statutory status as "British subject" at time of entry into Australia inconsistent with classification as "alien" - Whether applicant a "subject of the Queen" for purposes of s 117 of the Constitution.

Constitutional law (Cth) - Powers of the Parliament - Whether applicant subject to removal under power with respect to immigration - Whether applicant subject to removal under power with respect to external affairs - Whether implied nationhood power relevant.
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