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

1 This is an appeal from a judgment of Madgwick J, dismissing an application by the appellant for judicial review of a decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal ("the RRT").

2 The appellant is a citizen of Bangladesh. He entered Australia on 3 June 1998. On 14 July 1998, he lodged an application for a protection visa, claiming to be a citizen of India. A delegate of the respondent rejected that application. It resulted in a judgment of the Court dismissing an application for judicial review of a decision of the RRT adverse to the appellant. The judgment was delivered on 26 April 2001.

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

MIGRATION � appeal from a decision of a single judge affirming a decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal where there was a substantial delay between the first hearing and the decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal � whether delay in and of itself between the hearing and the decision of the Tribunal amounts to a denial of natural justice � whether prejudice to the applicants can be inferred

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

1 One thing is clear about the Refugee Review Tribunal's reasons and that is that such as they are, they are far from satisfactory. At the commencement of the passage in the Tribunal's reasons headed "Findings and Reasons" the Tribunal makes the following comments:

�When determining whether an applicant is entitled to protection in Australia the Tribunal must first making findings of facts on the claims he or she has made. This may involve an assessment of the credibility of the applicant.

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

1 The appellant appeals from the judgment of a Judge of this Court (Branson J) dismissing his application for judicial review of a decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal ("the Tribunal"). The Tribunal was not satisfied that the appellant was a person to whom Australia had protection obligations, that being a necessary criterion to be satisfied if the appellant was to be granted a protection visa.

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

MIGRATION � appeal from a decision of a Federal Magistrate affirming decision of Refugee Review Tribunal refusing appellant a protection visa � where the Tribunal made adverse findings regarding the appellant�s credibility and substance of his claim without considering the appellant�s initial interview with an adviser and an interpreter � whether jurisdictional error.

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