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NASK v Minister for Immigration [2003] FMCA 12 (28 January 2003)

MIGRATION - Review of RRT decision - protection visa - well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of religion - credibility of evidence - whether the Tribunal entered into its task with a lack of bona fides - whether the Tribunal breached an inviolable precondition of the exercise of its jurisdiction -whether this decision is one that is reviewable.

Shrestha v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2

1 This is an appeal from a judgment of Hill J dismissing with costs an application under s 39B of the Judiciary Act 1903 (Cth) for relief in respect of a decision of the Migration Review Tribunal (`the Tribunal') made on 17 July 2002. The Tribunal affirmed the decision of a delegate of the respondent (the Minister) to cancel a student visa granted to the appellant. That visa was granted on 9 July 1999 and was due to expire on 2 September 2000. The delegate cancelled the visa on 14 February 2000 because the appellant had not complied with condition 8202.

2 That condition required the holder of a student visa to attend at least 80% of classes and tutorials scheduled for his or her registered course. The appellant was enrolled at an institution for a course that ran from 2 August 1999 to 28 July 2000. The Tribunal found that the appellant breached condition 8202 in the period from 2 August 1999 to 10 December 1999. Hill J held that, although the Tribunal did not make an express finding that the appellant's enrolment was cancelled on 10 December 1999, the Tribunal's conclusion was predicated upon the finding that that course had terminated by 10 December 1999.

NAQS v Minister for Immigration [2002] FMCA 301 (19 November 2002)

MIGRATION - Protection visa application - conversion to Christianity sur place - Tribunal not satisfied under s.91R(3) - attempt to substitute Court's reasoning for that of the Tribunal - no lack of bona fides found in decision.

Gomes v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2003

1 The appeal to this Court is against a dismissal by the learned primary judge of an application to the Court following the filing by the respondent of a notice of objection to competency. It is now conceded on behalf of the respondent that the application to the court was competent. A decision of the High Court touching on this issue has been published since the learned primary judge's order was made.

2 The respondent nonetheless invites the Court to dismiss the appeal on the basis that the application itself is patently without merit. No application has at any time been made to the Court for the summary dismissal of the application on the ground that it discloses no reasonable basis.

NAQA v Minister for Immigration [2002] FMCA 362 (20 November 2002)

MIGRATION - Review of Refugee Review Tribunal decision affirming a delegate's refusal of a protection visa - applicant an adherent of the "White Brotherhood" religion in Ukraine - whether the RRT decision inconsistent with earlier RRT decisions on similar facts - no reviewable error found.

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