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NATF v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2004]

1 This is an appeal from a decision of a judge of the Court dismissing an application for review of a decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal (‘the RRT’) affirming a decision of a delegate of the respondent to refuse to grant the appellant a protection visa (NATF v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2004] FCA 195).

2 The appellant is a citizen of Bangladesh who claims a fear of persecution for reason of his religion. The appellant claims that he is an ‘Ahmadi’ or ‘Ahmadiyya’ Muslim, and that when he was living in Bangladesh he was targeted for brutal treatment by (the majority) Sunni Muslims.

SZABB v Minister for Immigration [2003] FMCA 130 (19 February 2003)

MIGRATION - Review of Minister's decision not to consider substituting a more favourable decision - application found incompetent by consent.

NAWM v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2004]

1 The appellant is a citizen of the People’s Republic of China. He arrived in Australia on 27 May 2002 and on 31 May 2002 lodged an application for a protection visa. He claimed that he had been dismissed from his work and prevented from obtaining further work because of his involvement as President of a Labour Union and his attempts to protect the rights of workers in the textile factory in which he worked.

2 On 26 July 2002 the Minister’s delegate decided to refuse to grant a protection visa. The appellant applied to the Refugee Review Tribunal (‘the Tribunal’) for review of that decision. On 28 May 2003 the Tribunal wrote to the appellant at an address he had provided in his application, that of his migration agent, and invited him to attend a hearing and to give evidence and present arguments in support of his claim. That letter was not returned to the Tribunal. Another copy of the letter, which was sent to the appellant’s home address which he had provided in the application, was returned. In any event it seems clear enough that the appellant or his agent received the letter, for the document entitled ‘Response to Hearing Invitation’ was filled in, dated 31 May 2003, and returned to the Tribunal.

NAYC v Minister for Immigration [2004] FMCA 828 (3 November 2004)

MIGRATION - Application to review decision of Refugee Review Tribunal - non-appearance by Applicant.

Rahmatullah v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs

MIGRATION – Tribunal found that appellant is not Afghani and has never resided in Afghanistan – application for one-way travel document to Afghanistan – appellant contends that Minister is bound by the decision of the Tribunal and cannot now rely on evidence contrary to its findings – distinction between the evidence before the Tribunal and evidence which is later provided to the Afghani government by the appellant – finding by primary judge that there was a real prospect of removal of the appellant in the reasonably foreseeable future

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