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VEAX v Minister for Immigration [2003] FMCA 53 (24 February 2003)

MIGRATION REVIEW - Protection visa refused - applicant not member of social group within meaning of convention - only unifying factor fear of criminal violence - no jurisdictional error.

NABE v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs (No 2)

MIGRATION – judicial review – protection visa – Refugee Review Tribunal – factual error – misunderstanding of evidence – whether failure to consider claim – whether jurisdictional error – obligation of Tribunal to consider claims arising on material before it – whether obligation to consider claim not expressly articulated – Sri Lankan Tamil – claim of persecution by government and by pro-government group – no express claim of lack of State protection with respect to pro-government group – erroneous conclusion by Tribunal that appellant claimed involvement with pro-government group – whether failure to consider claim – whether allegation of persecution by pro-government group carried implied claim of want of State protection – whether error within jurisdiction

SZCLB v Minister for Immigration [2004] FMCA 956 (2 December 2004)

MIGRATION - Visa - partner (Temporary) (Class UK) visa - Migration Review Tribunal - non-compliance with directions - where applicant fails to comply with directions - Rule 13.03 applied - where applicant does not attend court - Rule 13.03A applied - application dismissed.

SZBNG v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs [

1 The matter before the Court is an appeal from a decision of a judge of this Court (Lindgren J), in which his Honour dismissed two proceedings that were then before him.

2 The first proceeding (NSD 121 of 2004) was an application for prerogative relief in relation to a decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal (‘the RRT’) which affirmed a decision of a delegate of the Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (‘the Minister’), the respondent to this appeal. The delegate had refused to grant to the appellant a protection visa. The RRT shared the view of the delegate that the appellant had not demonstrated he was a refugee within the meaning of the Convention relating to the Status of Refugees (‘the Convention’).

SZAAM v Minister for Immigration [2003] FMCA 219 (26 March 2003)

MIGRATION - Review of a decision of the Minister not to consider exercising his power to substitute a more favourable decision under s.417 of the Migration Act - objection to competency - jurisdiction.

PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE - Adjournment request - absence of the applicant's adviser overseas - whether the adviser a person entitled to represent the applicant in court considered - whether the absence of the adviser overseas a relevant consideration.

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