In this decision, the AAT had to decide if a husband’s character satisfied the requirements for Australian citizenship.
In this decision, the AAT had to decide if a seafarer's illness resulted from second-hand smoke he was exposed to while at sea in his 60s or was the result of a lifelong addiction.
Migration and Refugee
In this decision, the AAT had to decide if a couple are genuine spousal partners.
The AAT needed to decide if the applicant and sponsor were genuine in providing companionship and emotional support to each other and if they saw their relationship as long-term.
Is a pensioner from Iran genuine in her desire to visit her family in Australia, or is she likely to stay longer than her visa allows?
Did the AAT find that this Kenyan hairdresser was likely to overstay her visitor visa to Australia?
More than 28 days had passed since this applicant's last substantive visa expired. Is he still eligible to apply for a partner visa during this time?