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Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal

The Refugee Review Tribunal was a statutory body which provided 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). On 1 July 2015 the Refugee Review Tribunal was amalgamated into the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.  Website:
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RRT Case No. 1111169

8 October 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Case Law

China: 1. What is the current security situation in the Solomon Islands with respect to foreigners and people of Chinese ethnicity in particular? 2. Is there a real risk of Chinese people suffering harm in the Solomon Islands? 3. What is the current population of Chinese persons in the Solomon Islands and what are they generally engaged in doing in the country? 4. What is the general attitude of the authorities including the courts, towards foreigners and their security? 5. Do disabled people suffer harm in China? 6. Are there government and NGO facilities for the disabled in China? 7. Are there government sponsored health programs to assist the needy? 8. Are there special facilities for the disabled? 9. Can you provide any information on access to basic medical and social services? 10. Are disabled children denied access to education? 11. Are there any programs deigned for the disabled in China? 12. Do the Chinese authorities allow Christians to practice their religion in the privacy of their homes? 13. To what countries could the standard of care in hospitals in China be compared to? 14. Question deleted

4 October 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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