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Accommodation of cognitive impairments in Tribunal proceedings: NDBR v Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs [2024] FCA 168

Does a failure of the Tribunal to make accommodations for a cognitively impaired applicant recommended by a neuropsychologist amount to a denial of procedural fairness? Brief summary In this case, the Minister refused to grant the applicant a Temporary Protection visa under s 501(1) of the Migration Act 1958. The applicant applied to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) for review…
Joel McComber
7 March, 2024
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How do I apply for asylum in Australia? The Protection (Subclass 866) Visa

The Protection (Subclass 866) visa is a permanent visa for those who engage Australia’s protection obligations. This visa is to satisfy Australia’s international obligations under the 1951 Refugee Convention, and other treaties such as the United Nations Convention Against Torture. You must be in Australia to be eligible to apply for this Protection visa. If you are overseas, you would…
Emily Young
27 October, 2022