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Post by shammy on Sat Dec 22, 2007 1:33 pm

22nd December,2007

Triumph for Haneef in terror farce

THE former terrorism suspect Mohamed Haneef is free to return to Australia after a court victory for the doctor yesterday, but the new Labor Government may pass laws to ensure it can reject foreigners with questionable links.

The full bench of the Federal Court dismissed the former immigration minister Kevin Andrews's appeal against a decision to reinstate the Indian doctor's visa.

The court found the law did not allow the government to revoke a visa on character grounds simply because a person had an "association", no matter how innocent, with an unsavoury individual.

But the new Immigration Minister, Chris Evans, has reserved the right to change the Migration Act if the verdict sets the bar too high to revoke a visa on character grounds. Senator Evans is also not ruling out a High Court challenge to yesterday's ruling, although he said this was unlikely.


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