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

1 The background circumstances are set out in our judgment in SPKB v Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (S570 of 2003). There we dismissed an appeal from Mansfield J’s rejection of the appellant’s 10 April 2003 application for an order that he be removed from detention on the ground that his detention was unlawful. In June 2003 he made another application for removal from detention. The June application was heard by Lander J.

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

MIGRATION - removal of unlawful non-citizen from Australia - duty of officer to remove the non-citizen `as soon as reasonably practicable' - whether this qualification imposes an obligation on the officer to consider any prospective persecution or torture of the non-citizen in the country to which he or she is removed.

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

1 The appellants who are husband and wife are Bangladeshis. They claim to be stateless Biharis. They arrived in Australia on 18 September 2000. On 16 October 2000 they applied for protection visas under the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) (the Act). On 2 November 2000 a delegate of the Minister refused their applications. On 1 December 2000 the appellants applied to the Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT) for a review of that decision.

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

1 I agree with Madgwick J that the appeal should be dismissed and with the orders that his Honour proposes.

2 The grounds of appeal of the appellant incorporate grounds two, four and five which were dealt with by the learned primary judge in his judgment. In addition, however, as Madgwick J points out, the appellant, in the grounds of appeal, says that the learned primary judge ignored the merits of his case, did not act in good faith and deprived him of natural justice. These are all very significant and serious allegations and not to be made lightly, yet they were neither particularised by the appellant in the grounds of appeal nor were they pursued at all when the appellant addressed us.

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

MIGRATION – deportation order set aside by Administrative Appeals Tribunal after deportation of holder of Permanent Residence Visa – consideration of operation of s 82(4) Migration Act 1958 which provides visa ceased to be in effect upon deportation – effect of subsequent setting aside of deportation order – whether rights under visa revived – consideration of term ‘ceases to have effect’ in s 82(4)

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – consideration of s 43(6) of Administration Appeals Tribunal Act 1975 – deportation order under Migration Act 1958 set aside by Administrative Appeals Tribunal after holder of Permanent Residence Visa deported – whether s 43(6) operates to have retrospective effect where initial decision was valid when made and rights or interests may be affected – whether rights of visa holder revived upon setting aside of deportation order

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