The AAT had to determine the parents’ percentage of care of two of their children for the purpose of child support payments.
ASQA cancelled the applicant's registration as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) because they were not complying with the required standards. The AAT refused the applicant's application for a stay of the decision.
Migration and Refugee
The AAT affirmed the decision not to grant the applicant a Protection visa. The applicant, from Fiji, claimed to be afraid of the government because of her involvement in the illegal conduct of an organisation.
The AAT affirmed the decision not to grant the applicant a Protection visa, citing significant concerns about the credibility of the applicant. The applicant's claims changed over the course of the proceedings.
The Department cancelled the applicant’s subclass 457 visa because she had breached the condition of her visa to go no more than 90 consecutive days without an approved nomination by an approved sponsor. The AAT set aside the decision.
The AAT affirmed the department’s decision to refuse to grant the applicant’s Partner visa, finding she was not in a genuine and continuing relationship.
National Disability Insurance Scheme
NDIA refused the applicant's request for funding for a private motor vehicle in his NDIS plan. The AAT affirmed the decision.
Social Services (second review)
This review concerned an Assurance of Support (AoS) debt, which is a commitment to repay any social security payments made by the Australian Government to individuals that are granted certain visas. The applicant claimed his AoS debt for payments made to his sister should be waived or written off.
The applicant submitted a claim to the Department of Veteran’s Affairs for several medical conditions which were allegedly caused by a vehicle accident that occurred sometime around 1977, while the applicant was serving in the Australian Army. The AAT concluded that none of the claims could succeed and affirmed the decision.