Tribunal says releasing full documents could make individuals ‘reasonably identifiable’

Key details related to Peter Dutton’s decision to grant visas on public interest grounds to two au pairs in 2015 must continue to be suppressed for privacy reasons, a tribunal has ruled.

In the first case, an au pair whose visa was cancelled at Brisbane’s international airport in June 2015 was able to make a phone call and, within a couple of hours, Dutton approved a new visa using his ministerial discretion powers.

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