Recent posts about visa cancellations
On Monday this week, the Federal Court of Australia handed down a decision allowing our client’s appeal of the FCCA’s and, today, we were notified that our client has been granted a Special Category (subclass 444) Visa, ending an over two-year ordeal for our client (who ended up spending over six months in immigration detention as a result). Below is the evidence (if you don’t believe us).
So you beat visa cancellation under s 501? Get a new visa ASAP to avoid the risk of cancellation by the Minister under s 501A(2)!
Even if you receive a positive decision from a Ministerial delegate or the AAT under s 501 of the Migration Act, you remain at risk of having your visa cancelled personally by the Minister under s 501A(2).
However, getting a new visa before the Minister has the chance to make a decision under s 501A(2) may limit your risk of future cancellation.
The one where the murder victim rocked up to the Tribunal hearing: HZCP v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  FCFCA 202
When can non-citizens going through cancellation processes dispute the factual basis on which they were sentenced and convicted? The Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia’s recent decision in HZCP v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection provided an answer to that question, but raised a whole bunch more.