Friday, 9 May 2008

Haneef demands documents from Immigration Dept

Lawyers for Mohamed Haneef say their client is demanding the Immigration Department disclose documents relating to his case.

The Indian doctor, who worked at the Gold Coast hospital, was arrested over last year's United Kingdom bomb plots.

He had his visa cancelled despite a charge against him being dropped.

An application was filed in the Commonwealth Administrative Appeals Tribunal in Brisbane yesterday, asking for a review of the department's refusal to pass on information about his cancelled visa.

His lawyers say the documents are needed to submit to the Federal Government inquiry currently investigating the doctor's arrest.


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