OUR SAVE NADIR CAMPAIGN
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Visa extended, but still a waiting game
21 August 2015
Nadir continues to live a life in limbo. His Bridging Visa expired on 6 August and two weeks later he has now been granted a three month extension.
The immigration department continues to reassure him he will not be detained or deported until the decision on the International Treaties Obligations Assessment (ITOA) conducted in January has been handed down. Apart from being told it is “under active consideration”, there is still no timeframe as to when this will happen. Nadir’s wait continues ...
Once the ITOA is handed down though, if negative, he may be deported quickly. Usually a person has 28 days notice to depart, but Nadir has already had more than three month’s notice from the immigration department.
So while he is still being spared the ordeal of boarding a plane for Kabul, Nadir’s agonizing wait has not ended.
Please maintain the pressure on our politicians and continue sending messages of encouragement to Nadir at email@example.com
Thank you all for your continued support of our Save Nadir campaign. Please continue to write and phone our politicians.
Peter Dutton, Immigration minister
Parliamentary office: (02) 6277 7860
Electoral office: (07) 3205 9977
Mal Brough Member for Fisher
Parliamentary office: (02) 6277 4970
Electoral office: (07) 5493 5556
Clive Palmer Member for Fairfax
Parliamentary office: (02) 6277 4372
Electoral office: (07) 5479 2800
In the media
SUNSHINE COAST DAILY, 6 August 2015
612 ABC BRISBANE, 6 August 2015
SUNSHINE COAST DAILY, 5 August 2015
ABC NEWS 24 July 2015
COURIER MAIL, 21 July 2015
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 11 July 2015
SUNSHINE COAST DAILY, 23 July 2015
ABC BRISBANE, 23 June 2015
SUNSHINE COAST DAILY, 20 June 2015
VIDEO: NETWORK 10: THE PROJECT
"Nadir's plea to Peter Dutton"