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

1 The appellant is a citizen of Ukraine. His application for a protection visa was refused by the respondent’s delegate. That refusal was affirmed by the Refugee Review Tribunal. A judge of the Court dismissed his application for a review of the Tribunal’s decision. He appeals to the Full Court from the primary judge’s decision.

Ahmed v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs [

1 When this appeal was called on for hearing there was no appearance by the appellant and the respondent sought an order under O 52 r 18(3) of the Federal Court Rules ("the Rules") that the appeal be dismissed by the Court as incompetent. In view of the fact that the decision below is interlocutory in character, that leave to appeal is necessary and that no application for leave, or for an extension of time within which to seek leave, has been made, the Court considers that the appeal is incompetent and accordingly dismisses the appeal.

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

1 This is an appeal from a judgment of a single Judge of the Court declining to grant an application for review of a decision by the Refugee Review Tribunal ("the Tribunal") to affirm a refusal by the delegate of the respondent Minister to grant the appellant a protection visa.

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

1 The appellant appeals from the reasons and decision of the primary Judge (see [2003] FCA 983).

2 The appellant applied for a protection visa. That application was refused by a delegate of the Minister. The appellant sought a review of that decision from the Refugee Review Tribunal (‘the Tribunal’). On 20 February 2003, the Tribunal delivered its decision confirming the previous decision of the delegate.

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

1 The Court has ordered that this appeal be stood over to a date to be fixed and has referred the appellant to the Registrar under O 80 of the Federal Court Rules.

2 The reason this course has been taken is that it appeared to us on reading the materials that have been filed in the appeal that there may well be an arguable ground of appeal relating to a matter which was not raised before the primary judge but which is suggested by the reasons of the Refugee Review Tribunal.

3 The appellant, an Indian national, is a Tamil. The Tribunal accepted that he had been arrested on two occasions for selling electrical goods to Sri Lankan nationals. He had previously studied electrical engineering and was later engaged as a salesman in an electronics shop at the time of the arrests.

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