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Michael Arch

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Who can meet the definition of being a “dependent child” in order to be eligible for a Child Residence visa? 

Clause 1.03 of the Migration Regulations 1994 defines the term “dependent child” to mean a child or step-child who is not in a spousal or de facto relationship and is not engaged to be married, and who falls into one of 3 distinct categories: 

* (a) the child has not yet turned 18 years of age;

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It’s really amazing when you have a look at the reported cases coming out of the AAT and the Federal Courts.

Based on what is reported on Austlii, it surely appears that visa refusals and visa cancellations on character grounds are becoming a more and more important element of migration law practice.

Is there any way to predict the outcome?

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Suppose that a law enforcement agency provides material to the Department on the basis that the material be treated as confidential information.

Suppose then that the Minister has regard to that material when considering whether to cancel a visa on character grounds.

Can the Minister be required to disclose that information to a court in the context of legal proceedings brought to challenge the visa cancellation decision of the Minister? 

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Suppose a person has had their visa cancelled on character grounds.

Suppose further that the person is owed protection obligations under the Refugees Convention, and therefore cannot be returned to his home country, or removed to a third country?

Is the person doomed to a period of indefinite detention?

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How often do you hear about someone’s having their Australian citizenship revoked?

Especially 17 years after the person has been granted citizenship.

Not very often at all! Once could probably go so far as to say “almost never”.

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