Migration law

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The Court can review some decisions made under the Migration Act 1958. These include some decisions of the Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, and the Immigration Assessment Authority. The Court can only review a decision in order to determine if a ‘jurisdictional error’ has been made.

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What to expect when attending a court hearing
An introduction and guide to the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia. This video shares tips to help you understand what to expect if you have to attend a court hearing, whether in person or electronically.
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