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Govt lets 104-year-old migrant stay

June 12, 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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The Federal Government has granted a permanent visa to the 104-year-old Chinese woman at the centre of an immigration row The Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone says she has used her discretion (ABC News — 9 March, 2005)
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A 104-year-old Chinese woman repeatedly refused a permanent visa to stay in Australia is granted residency. (BBC News — 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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A 104-year-old woman granted a permanent visa to remain inAustralia yesterday thanked the Minister for Immigration, AmandaVanstone, for intervening in her case, and said she hoped thesenator would live to be 100. (Sydney Morning Herald — 10 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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Cui Yu Hu praised Buddha this morning and asked him to ensure Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone has a long and happy life. (The Australian — 9 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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The government’s decision to allow a 104-year-old Chinese woman tostay in Australia has been welcomed by federal MPs. (Sydney Morning Herald — 9 March, 2005)
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Members of the Bruderhof community near Inverell in northern New South Wales will meet with Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone next week to determine whether they will be able to stay in the regi (ABC News — 10 March, 2005)
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More than 70 illegal migrant workers have been deported on acharter flight after a series of raids. (The Age — 7 March, 2005)
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