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NABY v Minister for Immigration [2002] FMCA 134 (10 July 2002)

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

Kosi v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2003]


1 This is an appeal from the decision of Moore J of 6 December 2002. His Honour dismissed the appellant's application for review of the decision of Migration Review Tribunal (the `Tribunal') made on 27 September 2002. The Tribunal had refused the appellant's application for a bridging visa.

2 The subclass relevant to the application was subclass 050, which refers to a Bridging (General) Visa. The appellant satisfied certain of the key criteria for such a visa, but two issues remained for the Tribunal's consideration. It was necessary for it to consider what conditions were appropriate to be attached to the visa, if it were granted, and whether the appellant would meet those conditions. The latter was especially important in view of the appellant's quite lengthy history of being granted bridging visas to depart Australia and not complying with them. On the last occasion her non-compliance had resulted in the forfeiture of monies, some $2,000, which had been provided by others by way of security, to meet the condition of the visa.

3 The Tribunal considered that the appellant's history indicated that she had a strong desire to remain in Australia and showed that she would breach conditions and break the migration laws to do so. It could not be concluded, it determined, that the requirement of security, regardless of the level of it, as a condition of her visa, would influence her to comply.

Doe v Minister for Immigration [2004] FMCA 818 (8 November 2004)

MIGRATION - Visa - application for bridging visa - Migration Review Tribunal - review of a decision made by the Migration Review Tribunal - applicant referred to by a pseudonym to comply with s.91X of the Migration Act 1958 - applicant's name not to be published where the proceeding relates to applicant's capacity a person who applied for a protection-related visa.

WAHG v Minister for Immigration [2003] FMCA 91 (19 March 2003)

MIGRATION - Review of the decision of Refugee Review Tribunal - application for protection visa - whether the applicant has a well-founded fear of persecution in the future for reasons of political association or ethnicity - where the situation in country of origin has changed - whether the Tribunal denied the applicant natural justice - whether the interpreter made errors in translation.

NATL v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2003]

MIGRATION - refusal of protection visa - appeal - particulars provided to applicant in respect of evidence from gymnasium proprietor - no jurisdictional error for failure to provide particulars under s 424A of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) as applicant was fairly informed of the information considered to be adverse - provision of evidence not required - no breach of natural justice as applicant had opportunity to deal with the particulars - evidence from Iranian community not sufficiently operative in the mind of the Tribunal to require giving of particulars - no breach of natural justice as appellant was aware of the matters put against him

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