Batra v Minister for Immigration & Anor

Providing correct information for skills assessment The decision by the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia in Batra v Minister for Immigration & Anor [2012] FMCA 544 shows the importance of providing correct employment details for skills assessments. The applicant in Batra applied for a Skilled – Independent (Residence), Subclass 885, visa in February 2008. He claimed to have [...]

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Saeed v Minister for Immigration and Citizenship

In Saeed v Minister for Immigration and Citizenship [2010] HCA 23, the High Court of Australia concluded that persons who apply for visas offshore have a legitimate and enforceable expectation that adverse information discovered by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship will be communicated to them for comment before a final decision is made in [...]

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