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Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairsv Li [2004] FC

1 The Migration Review Tribunal affirmed a decision made by a delegate of the Minister to cancel the respondent’s sub-class 560 (Student) visa. The Tribunal did so on the ground that the respondent had breached condition 8202 by not achieving the prescribed attendance rate (80 per cent) of lectures and failing to achieve an academic result certified by the education provider to be at least satisfactory.

Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs v Huynh [

MIGRATION – Visa cancellation – Determination by Minister that respondent failed to pass the character test under s 501 of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) on account of conviction for statutory supply of heroin – Minister exercised his discretion to cancel respondent’s resident return visa – Minister furnished by Department with remarks of sentencing judge and decision of Court of Criminal Appeal but not with reasons for judgment of Court of Criminal Appeal – Court of Criminal Appeal reduced respondent’s non-parole period and accepted that respondent was acting to assist her heroin-addicted son rather than as a principal for personal profit – Nature of Minister’s discretion under s 501 – Whether Minister’s decision vitiated by failure to take account of a relevant consideration – Whether Minister had an obligation to seek out up to date information – Whether Minister relied upon inaccurate and misleading material which may be characterised as irrelevant to the exercise of Minister’s discretion.

Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairsv Awan [2003]

MIGRATION - visa - student visa - Migration Review Tribunal relied on prior inconsistent statements of applicant to make negative finding on credit - whether obliged to provide particulars of information, and explanation of its relevance, to applicant - whether requirement to do so imperative duty on Tribunal or inviolable limitation on exercise of its power - whether jurisdictional error - criterion whether applicant a genuine applicant for entry and stay as a student, having regard to various matters - whether Tribunal erred by treating those matters as criteria - whether primary judge erred in exercise of discretion - whether discretion should be exercised against appellant

Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairsv NAOS of 2002

MIGRATION - appeal by Minister against judgment setting aside decision of Refugee Review Tribunal - attack on finding in court below that Tribunal failed to exercise its powers in good faith - appeal allowed.

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

MIGRATION - Appeal from Magistrates Court - whether Refugee Review Tribunal erred in failing to consider whether unaccompanied minors in Afghanistan constituted a particular social group - RRT finding that even if there was such a group, any harm would not be by reason of the applicant's membership of the group - no jurisdictional error.

Appeal from Magistrates Court - whether RRT erred in failing to consider whether unaccompanied minors in Afghanistan constituted a particular social group - RRT finding that "young males without a protector, guardian, or any other means of support" did not constitute a particular social group - no need to consider the alternative formulation.

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