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

1 It is apparent from the reasons of the primary judge that the appellant was unable to identify any legal error in the reasons of the Refugee Review Tribunal, let alone an error going to its jurisdiction. The Tribunal had come to its decision on the facts of the appellant’s case. What the appellant sought from the Court at first instance was a reconsideration of the factual matters determined by the Tribunal in light of his claims of fear of persecution. In the decision appealed from, his Honour explained that this Court is not able to undertake a review of the merits of the case. Its role is limited to ascertaining whether there is any legal error in the primary judge’s reasoning.

Kumar v Minister for Immigration (No.2) [2003] FMCA 225 (24 January 2003)

MIGRATION - Application for costs - Applicant to pay Respondent's costs pursuant to the Federal Court Rules.

Tuita v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2004

2 The appellant is a national of Tonga. On 1 August 2003 he applied for a Bridging E (Class WE), Subclass 050 Bridging (General) Visa under the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) (‘the Act’). On 5 August 2003 a delegate of the respondent, the Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs (‘the Minister’), refused to grant a visa. On 6 August 2003, the appellant lodged an application with the Migration Review Tribunal (‘the Tribunal’) for review of the decision of the delegate. On 14 August 2003, the Tribunal affirmed the decision to refuse to grant a visa.

SZCET v Minister for Immigration [2004] FMCA 710 (23 August 2004)

MIGRATION - Summary dismissal where applicant did not comply with Registrar's orders and did not appear before Tribunal.

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

1 When this appeal was called on for hearing the appellant was absent. Mr Tredrea, counsel for the respondent, has sought an order pursuant to O 52 r 38A of the Federal Court Rules that the appeal be dismissed with costs.

2 The Court considers it appropriate to make the order sought by Mr Tredrea.

3 There can be no doubt that the appellant was aware that his appeal was listed for hearing this morning. The appellant has sent to the Court registry a standard form certificate of sickness for employment purposes. The Court is aware that the appellant has been advised by a registry officer that if he wishes the hearing of his appeal to be adjourned he must attend the Court, or arrange for someone to attend on his behalf, to apply for and justify an adjournment.

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