MIMIA

AcronymDefinition
MIMIAMinister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (Australia)
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(81) B v MIMIA (2003) 173 FLR.360, 387 [132]-[133].
(83) Minister of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs v B (2004) 219 CLR 365 ('MIMIA v B').
(85) See, eg, MIMIA v B (2004) 219 CLR 365, 384 [24]-[52] (Gleeson CJ and McHugh J).
Bebrooz v Secretary DIMIA, SHDB v Godwin, MIMIA v Al Khafaqi [2003] HCATrans 456, 458 (12-13 November 2003).
Another example of this selective use of children's rights is the decision of Kirby J in MIMIA v B.
(117) See MIMIA v B (2004) 219 CLR 365, 408-9 (Kirby J).
[beaucoup moins que]C'est un don que j'ai exploite depuis mon enfance[beaucoup plus grand que], confie Mimia Lichani.
has interpreted a decision under s 417 as a privative clause decision pursuant to s 474, which cannot be challenged 'unless one or more of the Hickman limitations can be made out': QAAE of 2002 v MIMIA [2002] FCA 1213, [48] (Cooper J).