Minister for Home Affairs v Omar [2019] FCAFC 188 (29 October 2019) (Allsop CJ, Bromberg, Robertson, Griffiths and Perry JJ) - 13wentworthselbornechambers
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Minister for Home Affairs v Omar [2019] FCAFC 188 (29 October 2019) (Allsop CJ, Bromberg, Robertson, Griffiths and Perry JJ)


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MIGRATION – request for revocation of mandatory visa cancellation under s 501CA(4) of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) – where the respondent claimed harm if he were returned to his country of origin on account of the treatment afforded to people with mental illness – Assistant Minister’s failure to engage in an active intellectual process with the representation – amended notice of contention upheld – appeal dismissed, with costs