NZYQThe code name of a detainee featured in a High Court...

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    NZYQ
    The code name of a detainee featured in a High Court Case.
    NZYQ v. Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs
    https://www.hcourt.gov.au/cases/case_s28-2023

    The case dealt with a stateless Rohingya man born in the mid-1990s, who arrived in Australia by boat in 2012, and after was granted a bridging visa in 2014. This man was then convicted over a sexual offence against a child two years later, and on release from prison, he was placed in immigration detention in 2018.The immigration minister found that the man referred to as NZYQ by the court was a legitimate refugee in 2020. However, in regard to his conviction over a child sex offence, it was determined that he wasn’t owed a protection visa, and rather he should be kept in detention without end.



    BVR
    Subclass 070 or the Bridging visa R (BVR) allows an individual to be released from the immigration detention centre and lets them stay in the community till their removal formalities are completed. It is formulated to prevent an unlawful non-citizen from being held indefinitely in immigration detention by allowing them an ordinary stay before finally having them removed from Australia
 
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