Nilesh Nandan – Immigration Lawyer – Recent Press Articles
Nilesh Nandan In The News. MyVisa® Top Immigration Lawyer. As featured on SBS, ABC News, The Guardian, The Australian Newspaper.
“homosexuality was a matter in which many people held deeply ingrained, and sometimes unconscious, beliefs and assumptions.”
“This can cause real difficulties in circumstances where a decision-maker may be unable to separate certain such assumptions from the decision-making process”
— The Indian asylum seeker’s lawyer, Nilesh Nandan, told the Guardian
“it is particularly earth-shattering for temporary visa-holding women in Australia who have no such safety net as the Migration Act only safeguards partner visa applicants.”
— Immigration lawyer Nilesh Nandan says
“It’s going to delay the ability for somebody to lodge a valid application because it needs to overcome that first threshold of getting a sponsor approved to be able to sponsor.”
— Nilesh Nandan, special counsel with My Visa Australia, a national immigration practice.
“The argument that you did not intend to provide a bogus document to the Department and that you did so unknowingly is no excuse and provides no basis for seeking relief from the very fatal consequences of not meeting pic 4020 criteria,”
— the couple’s lawyer Nilesh Nandan.
In the decision, Judge Howard found there was “legal unreasonableness” in the AAT ruling, and any inconsistencies were minor.
“that was because the AAT had not considered the “clear” and “corroborated evidence” about the case.”
— The family’s lawyer, Nilesh Nandan, said
”The objective seriousness of a person committing domestic violence will likely mean that such a person will fail the character test, but each case needs to be considered on its own merits. An isolated incident in the particular circumstances of this case, was found by the Tribunal to be out of character,”
— Mr Nandan told SBS Punjabi.
However, the Court while hearing the Immigration Minister’s appeal found that the Tribunal was “sceptical” about the employer’s evidence.
— SBS Punjabi contacted Ms Aulakh’s lawyer, Nilesh Nandan.
“Sexuality and sexual identity are, by their very nature, deeply personal and subjective, and can be matters in respect of which it is difficult to gather evidence, because, for example, sexual partners are unwilling to provide statements and be cross-examined about their intimate relationships and activities,”
— Mr Nandan told the Guardian..
Nilesh Nandan As Seen In The Migration Alliance Article On Visa Cancellation Win At The Full Federal Court
“Here’s a Kiwi citizen who has been given a less serious sentence than others who have had their visa’s cancelled, yet he is being treated much more harshly by the Minister, than others,”
— Mr Nandan said.
People who have lived in Australia all their life are waiting eight months in detention to have their visa cancellations reviewed
— The Australian
Source: ABC News
Are some refugees more equal than others? I don’t see the point of a reallocation within an existing quota, if the total quota itself is not increased.
— Nilesh Nandan asked