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

MIGRATION – judicial review – application for protection visa – application for review by Refugee Review Tribunal – appellant invited to attend oral hearing – appellant sought adjournment on basis of illness and pending operation – Tribunal request for medical certificate – no medical certificate provided – hearing proceeded in absence of appellant – whether contravention of s 425 – whether invitation illusory – whether breach of requirement of procedural fairness

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

PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE – whether order dismissing application for an order nisi is interlocutory – whether leave to appeal is required

NAQZ v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs [2

1 In this matter, the Court received a facsimile from the appellant, seeking an adjournment of today’s hearing on the basis of ill health. In reply, the Court sent a letter to the appellant’s address for service, by courier, which stated that the appellant should not presume that the Court would be prepared to adjourn today’s hearing. There has, however, been no appearance by the appellant.

2 The Court has considered an application for dismissal of the appeal, pursuant to Order 52 rule 38A of the Federal Court Rules. In the circumstances, having regard to the contents of the submissions by counsel for the respondent, and having read the reasons for decision of the Court below, and of the Refugee Review Tribunal, the Court considers it appropriate that the matter be dismissed with costs for non-appearance, and also because there is simply no basis shown or raised in the Notice of Appeal that could warrant the upholding of the appeal.

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

MIGRATION – application for protection visa refused by delegate of Minister – application for merits review by Refugee Review Tribunal dismissed – application for judicial review – primary judge concluded that in not making particular finding, Tribunal had not failed to take into account relevant consideration – primary judge concluded that in relying upon "older" country information, Tribunal had not taken into account irrelevant consideration – appeal to Full Court – whether primary judge erred in law

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

1 This is an appeal from an order of a single Judge of the Court dismissing with costs an application by the appellant for review of a decision by the Refugee Review Tribunal ("the Tribunal") affirming the refusal to grant the appellant a protection (class XA) visa. The Tribunal’s decision was made on 11 June 2003.

2 The appellant’s claim for a protection visa was based on a fear of persecution by reason of his political opinions if he were to return to Bangladesh. The detail of his claim has been summarised as follows by the learned primary Judge;

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