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SCAL v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs [200

1 The appellant is a citizen of Albania who arrived in Australia on 20 September 1999. On 2 November 1999 he lodged an application for a protection visa. The application was rejected by a delegate of the respondent, whose decision was affirmed by the Refugee Review Tribunal. The appellant’s application under s 39B of the Judiciary Act 1903 (Cth) for review of the Tribunal’s decision was dismissed by the primary judge.

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

1 The Notice of Appeal in this matter does no more than indicate that the appellant’s application to the Federal Court was dismissed. No ground of appeal is stated and in the hearing before us the appellant did not identify any appellable error by the primary judge: Branir Pty Ltd v Owston Nominees (No 2) Pty Ltd (2001) 117 FCR 424 at [11]ff.

Dagli v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2003

MIGRATION – decision by respondent to cancel appellant’s visa under s 501(2) of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) – respondent had before him Issues Paper containing material adverse to appellant – appellant not informed of adverse material – denial of natural justice – respondent directed by primary judge during course of hearing to provide reasons for decision – respondent gave reasons but qualified them as being "best recollection" – primary judge concluded that statement of reasons demonstrated that adverse material had no bearing on outcome – whether primary judge gave excessive weight to statement of reasons – whether appellant required to prove "practical injustice" – whether respondent required to establish that breach had no bearing on decision

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

1 This is an appeal from a decision of Hill J, rejecting the appellant's application for judicial review of a decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal ("the Tribunal") affirming a decision of a delegate of the respondent Minister to refuse to grant protection visas to the appellant and his wife. The relevant facts and the grounds on which the appellant sought review of the Tribunal's decision are set out in the reasons of the trial judge: see NABF v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs [2003] FCA 131. (Those reasons may be found on the Federal Court's website: www.fedcourt.gov.au.)

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

1 The appellant is a citizen of Iraq who arrived in Australia on 16 December 1999. He was placed in immigration detention as an unlawful non-citizen pursuant to s 189 of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) (the Act). He remains in detention. In March 2000 he applied for a protection visa claiming to have a well-founded fear of persecution by the Iraqi authorities if he returned there, to be unable to return to Syria where he had lived from 1996 to 1999, and that he risked refoulement by Syria to Iraq if he returned to Syria. The visa application was refused by a delegate of the respondent, whose decision was affirmed by the Refugee Review Tribunal. The Tribunal found the appellant could return to, and remain in, Syria without the risk of being refouled to Iraq. Hence he was found not to be a person to whom Australia has protection obligations under the Refugees Convention. See Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs v Thiyagarajah (1998) 80 FCR 543 (Thiyagarajah). Neither the delegate nor the Tribunal considered it necessary to deal with the appellant’s claim to have a well-founded fear of persecution if he were to return to Iraq. The appellant sought judicial review of the Tribunal’s decision, but discontinued the application on 30 May 2001.

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