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Hindi v Minister for Immigration & Ethnic Affairs (1988) 16 ALD 526

The case of Hindi v Minister for Immigration & Ethnic Affairs (1988) 16 ALD 526 considered the issue of failing to consider relevant matters in the making of decisions and whether or not the department of immigration properly took into account relevant considerations when they refused to grant a temporary visa.

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