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Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairsv Craig [2004]

MIGRATION deportation order letter sent to deportee stating that no further action will be taken to effect his deportation whether the deportation order was revoked

Minister for Immigration & Multicultural Affairs v W64/01A [2003] FCAFC 12

MIGRATION - judicial review - protection visa - Refugee Review Tribunal - well-founded fear of persecution - whether "real chance" of persecution - approach to decision-making by Tribunal - implausibility of claims - non-acceptance of claims - finding claims fabricated - whether implausibility equated to finding of improbability - whether findings excluded any real doubt of occurrence of claimed events of persecution - whether Tribunal failed to undertake "real chance" analysis - relevance of findings of consistency in claims - relevance of absence of adverse findings based upon demeanour - Tribunal reasons to be read as a whole - findings excluded doubt - no error on part of Tribunal - appeal allowed - decision of primary judge setting aside Tribunal decision set aside

Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs v Cisinsk

MIGRATION detention pending deportation delay in executing deportation order whether continued detention authorised construction of s 253 Migration Act 1958 (Cth) whether implied limitation restricting period of detention to a reasonable period necessary to complete the removal of deportee limitation on detention pursuant to Constitutional separation of powers

Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairsv Hicks [2004]

MIGRATION - judicial review - New Zealand citizen - cancellation of visa - failure to pass character test under s 501(7)(d) of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) whether applicant has a substantial criminal record sentences imposed to operate concurrently - effective term of imprisonment ten months - nominal total of sentences twenty five months - whether concurrent sentences to be totalled for purposes of character test - concurrent sentences not to be totalled - totalling of concurrent terms constituted jurisdictional error appeal dismissed

Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs v Yu [200

Condition 8202 must be complied with and the Minister is obliged to cancel a visa subject to that condition if satisfied that the visa holder has not complied with the condition. Subclause 3(b) of condition 8202 is expressed in a curious way. Read literally, the condition has several elements. The first is that the holder of the visa achieves an academic result having a particular characteristic. The second is that the result is at least satisfactory. However, it is not simply a satisfactory result in some abstract but objective sense. Rather, it must be a result which is certified by the education provider as at least satisfactory. On this literal reading, a visa holder may achieve a result which is at least satisfactory but unless the education provider certifies to that effect, the condition is not satisfied. The certification is an essential element of the condition.

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