A Tamil family preventing deportation to Sri Lanka are expected to learn on Tuesday if their latest bid to return to Queensland has succeeded.
Priya and Nades Murugappan and their Australian-born daughters Kopika and Tharunicaa, aged 5 and three, had a win in the Federal Court early final 12 months, however that was appealed by the federal authorities.
Justice Mark Moshinsky had dominated that Tharunicaa was denied procedural equity in making a safety visa software, which might have allowed her to stay in Australia.
He ordered their prices of $206,934.33 be paid, after figuring out that Immigration Minister David Coleman had lifted a bar to think about a visa software.
The family, from Biloela in Queensland, had been taken into detention in Melbourne in March 2018 and transferred to Christmas Island in August 2019 after an pressing injunction prevented their deportation to Sri Lanka mid-flight.
The federal authorities appealed Justice Moshinsky’s findings from earlier this 12 months, whereas the family’s legal professionals filed a cross-appeal towards a second floor which was dismissed in that case.
An attraction listening to was expected to run over two days in October final 12 months, however took considerably much less time after Justice Geoffrey Flick, certainly one of three listening to the case, turned “cranky” on the authorities’s barrister for repeating himself.
Their choice is expected to be handed down on Tuesday morning.