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Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal

The Refugee Review Tribunal is a statutory body which provides a final, independent, merits review of decisions made by the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship or, in practice, by officers of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC), acting as delegates of the Minister, to refuse to grant protection visas to non-citizens within Australia, or to cancel protection visas held by non-citizens in Australia. The Tribunal was established in 1993 under Part 7 of the Act and replaced the Refugee Status Review Committee (RSRC). Website: www.mrt-rrt.gov.au/
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RRT Case No. 1102615

14 June 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Case Law

China: 1. Can you locate any information on the Guangming Chinese Traditional Medicine Correspondence University and correspondence universities in general? 2. What subjects would a Chinese traditional medicine doctor study at University? 3. What are the main traditional Chinese medicine hospitals in the People's Republic of China and in particular in Jilin Province? 4. Is there any information on Shenyang Railway Central Hospital?

7 June 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. Do you have the complete reference to the report by Feng Guoping & Hao Linna, "A Summary of the Family Planning Regulations for 28 Regions in China", about illegally adopted children? 2. Are there any reports (including the above) which suggest that illegally adopted children may still be registered on a person's hukou if the relevant fine is paid? 3. To whom would the social compensation fee be paid? 4. If the social compensation fee is paid can the illegally adopted child then be registered on the person's hukou or is a separate fee required for this?

6 June 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. What is the current treatment of Tibetan lama in China? 2. What is the treatment of Tibetan lama returning to China? 3. i) Is there information to indicate that the passports of overseas Tibetan lama are not being re-issued? ii) Is there information to indicate that the Chinese government is restricting travel of Tibetan lama or tracking them on their return to China? iii) Apart from restrictions on travel, what else would lack of passport mean in China? iv) Deleted. 4. How likely is it that a Chinese passport would not be renewed if it became apparent that its owner was not residing at an address given in the application (even though they could be contacted at that address)?

27 May 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

RRT Case No. 1102850

19 May 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Case Law

China: 1. Is there any country information as to whether people who are required to pay family planning or social compensation fees in Fujian province are blackmailed by officials or required to pay more than the fee so that officials can take a cut?

19 May 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. Deleted. 2. Is there any information about the 'Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party'?

16 May 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. Please provide an analysis of the situation in China for Uighurs now and in the reasonably foreseeable future. 2. Please provide any available information about what usually happens when a person is taken into detention for interrogation in China e.g. documents that are completed; particular places of detention in Tianjin, etc.

9 May 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. How does the PRC government deal with citizens returning to China after being convicted of a serious crime overseas? Is there any evidence of retrials for crimes committed overseas? 2. How are ex-prisoners treated by the government/authorities/society in China? 3. (Briefly) Is the PRC government demonstrating any interest in 1989 pro-democracy activists (who have not been politically active since then)? 4. (Briefly) Are the authorities in Guangzhou city, targeting Christians?

2 May 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. Are there any reported instances of selective enforcement of the PFP Law? 2. Are there any reported instances of unduly harsh punishment for breaches of the PFP Law? 3. Are Hebei Population and Family Planning implementation details (Promulgated 14 September 2004, Effective 1 November 2004) and Hebei Population and Family Planning Ordinance (Promulgated 18 July 2003, Effective 1 October 2003) still current?

29 April 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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