Federal Court of Australia – MIGRATION – refugees – application for protection visa – whether serious reasons for considering commission of serious non-political crime outside country of refuge – application of Art 1F(b) of Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees – meaning of ‘serious reasons for considering’.
 FCA 1889, 106 FCR 46
Cited – Al-Sirri v Secretary of State for The Home Department SC 21-Nov-2012
The appellants had been refused refugee status on the ground that they were suspected of having been guilty of terrorist acts. They said that the definition of terrorism applied within the UK was wider than that in the Convention which contained the . .
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Commonwealth, Crime, Immigration
Updated: 04 May 2022; Ref: scu.470875