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The number of appeals between immigrants and refugee has soared, and the volume of court cases has reached a record high.

Source: xkb.com.au
[Immigration News]     23 Oct 2019
The Administrative Appeal Tribunal, which reviewed government's decision, was flooded with an unprecedented number of applications, the vast majority of which came from immigrants and people whose applications were rejected by refugee.

The Administrative Appeal Tribunal, which reviewed government's decision, was flooded with an unprecedented number of applications, the vast majority of which came from immigrants and people whose applications were rejected by refugee.

"the number of such applications is now at a record level, more than doubling in the past three years," Leishon (Sian Leathem) told the Federal Senate Budget Committee today (Tuesday, Oct. 22).

Leshan, the registrant of the Administrative Appeal Tribunal, claims that the rapid growth of such a mountain of cases has had a chain reaction.

As a result, it will now take longer for the Administrative Appeal Tribunal to make a final decision.

She said that, with the exception of immigration and refugee cases, the Tribunal continued to meet or exceed its target of closing 75 per cent of other types of appeals within 12 months of filing applications.

"however, as a result of the increasing backlog of cases in the immigration and refugee departments, the delay has been longer. This has led to a reduction in our overall rate of completion within 12 months, from 77 per cent in 2017-18 to 66 per cent. This trend will continue."

In the last fiscal year, only 58 per cent of refugee and immigration cases were completed within 12 months. Among them, the application of asylum-seekers will have to wait 72 weeks before being concluded by the Administrative Appeal Tribunal. Other immigration cases will have to wait 68 weeks before they can be concluded.

In the past three months, 10144 new refugee and immigration cases have been added, of which only 6281 have been completed.

At present, there is a backlog of 63576 cases in the Immigration and refugee Branch of the Administrative Appeal Tribunal.

In 2018 / 19, the largest number of appeals against refugee came from the following five countries:

  • Malaysia (5858)
  • China (1561).
  • Viet Nam (465)
  • India (227)
  • Pakistan (178)

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