Ministerial Intervention

Applicant diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease

This case involves a repeat MIU request. The applicant is a citizen of a Pacific Island Nation. The applicant lodged her first and second MIU requests which were unsuccessful. The applicant then instructed us to apply for a third MIU request, and was later diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. This change in health condition was not

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Secondary applicant suffering from rare condition – Repeat request for Ministerial Intervention satisfied

The primary applicants, the mother and father, are citizens of Bangladesh. Their eldest daughter was born with omphalocele/exomphalos, a rare condition where the internal organs are located outside of the body. A medical treatment visa was granted to the family, to enable the secondary applicant to access surgery and treatment for her condition. When this

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Overstayed visa by 20 years – visa granted

The applicants were husband and wife originally from the UK. They initially arrived in Australia on Visitor visas. Prior to the expiry of their visas, they sought advice from a migration agent and were given incorrect information. The applicants were happily living and working in Australia until almost 20 years later when they were contacted

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Overstayed visa by 20 years & Strong argument for integration into Australian society

The applicant is originally from a Pacific Island Nation. The applicant has resided in Australia for 20 years and has not returned back to her country of birth. During her residence in Australia, she married her husband and now has three children born in Australia. The applicant, and her dependants, were living and working in

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