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April 1, 2018
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Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone has given a 104-year-oldChinese woman permission to stay in Australia, denying theGovernment ever intended to deport her. (Sydney Morning Herald — 9 March, 2005)
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Democrats leader Lyn Allison says the decision to allow a104-year-old Chinese woman to stay in Australia ‘at last’ showssome compassion to the woman. (The Age — 9 March, 2005)
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A 104-year-old Chinese woman will ask Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone to intervene to allow her to stay in Australia after the Immigration Review Tribunal rejected her appeal for an aged parent (ABC News — 8 March, 2005)
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The Chinese Consul-General is urging the Federal Government to grant a 104-year-old woman permanent residency Cui Yu Hu who has lived in Melbourne with her daughter for the past 10 years was toda (ABC News — 8 March, 2005)
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A tribunal today upheld the government’s decision to deny a104-year-old Chinese woman a visa. Now she must appeal to theimmigration minister. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 March, 2005)
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A 104-year-old Chinese woman who has been denied a visa will askfederal Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone to intervene to allowher to stay in Australia. (Australian Financial Review — 8 March, 2005)
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A 104-year-old Chinese woman who has been denied a visa will askImmigration Minister Amanda Vanstone to intervene to allow her tostay in Australia. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 March, 2005)
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Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone says a 104-year-old Chinesewoman living illegally in Australia was never threatened withdeportation. (Sydney Morning Herald — 9 March, 2005)
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Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone tonight gave a 104-year-old Chinese woman permission to stay in Australia, denying the government ever intended to deport her. (The Australian — 9 March, 2005)
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Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone has given a 104-year-oldChinese woman permission to stay in Australia, denying thegovernment ever intended to deport her. (Sydney Morning Herald — 9 March, 2005)
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