In this review of the pattern of care of a 16 year old child, the AAT had to consider the impact of the mother’s decision to relocate to another country for five months.
The AAT had to decide whether there was evidence a father had regular care of his older child after she relocated interstate.
The AAT had to decide whether there was a reason to revoke the mandatory cancellation of an applicant’s visa.
The AAT had to decide whether there was another reason to revoke a mandatory decision cancelling the applicant’s visa. He has a long criminal history but also strong family ties to Australia.
Migration and Refugee
In this case, the applicant’s generalised fears about his personal safety and of the effects of economic and political instability in his home country do not amount to a risk of significant harm.
The AAT did not have the power to review the merits of the applicant’s claim because the visa had been wrongly granted.
An employee’s psychiatric condition was not caused by his Defence service, however the adjustment disorder he suffered from arose out of an injury that was service-related.