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NACI v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs [2

1 There is only one issue raised by this appeal. That issue is whether the tribunal was required to notify the appellant of the period within which the appellant could submit additional information to the tribunal. If the tribunal erred in that regard it should have refrained from determining his application for review until it had given that notification and the period had passed.

2 Only a brief statement of the facts will be necessary. The appellant seeks asylum in Australia. He claims to have a well-founded fear of persecution for a Convention reason if he were required to return to China, which he says is his country of nationality. Shortly after his arrival in Australia, the appellant applied for a protection visa. In the material in support of that application the appellant asserted that he had been persecuted by the Chinese authorities on account of his religious views and his political opinion. He produced a number of documents in support of his claim. The documents included untranslated copies of documents that purported to be a newspaper article, his birth certificate, his marriage certificate, his driver's licence and his identity card. In a statement which accompanied his application, the appellant referred to other documents including a book entitled "Meditating True Jesus Christ" which he said he had written, and a copy of the New Testament which he said he had prepared. The application was considered by a delegate of the Minister who was not satisfied that the appellant was a Convention refugee, and so refused to grant him a protection visa. The appellant took his application to the tribunal, seeking to overturn the decision of the delegate.

SZABC v Minister for Immigration [2003] FMCA 156 (17 April 2003)

MIGRATION - Review of decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal - application for protection visa - whether the applicant has a well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of membership to a particular social group - whether the persecution can be categorised as `serious' in accordance with Convention requirements - whether the applicant could gain effective protection from country of nationality - whether the Tribunal denied the applicant procedural fairness by failing to take into account findings of other Tribunals differently constituted.

Egounova v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural Affairs [2002] FCAFC 15

1 This is an appeal from the orders of a judge of the Court made on 26 July 2001 dismissing an application for review by the appellant from a decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal (the Tribunal) which affirmed the decision of the delegate of the respondent to refuse the appellant and her two daughters protection visas.

2 The appellant is a citizen of Russia. She and her two daughters arrived in Australia on a visitor's visa in February 1998. Shortly thereafter, on 27 March 1998, they applied for protection visas. The two daughters had no case for a protection visa separate from that of their mother. The application was refused by a delegate of the respondent on 10 June 1998. An application for review was made to the Tribunal. On 19 June 2000 there was a hearing before the Tribunal. The Tribunal handed down its decision on 26 October 2000.

SDAD v Minister for Immigration [2002] FMCA 132 (9 July 2002)

MIGRATION - Review of a decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal - whether the Tribunal erred in finding applicant's fear of persecution was not well founded.

NASP v Minister for Immigration [2002] FMCA 344 (3 December 2002)

MIGRATION - Review of Refugee Review Tribunal decision affirming a delegate's refusal to grant a protection visa - alleged procedural unfairness and bias - no reviewable error disclosed.

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