An inhuman situation resulting from illness and resource shortage in an applicant's home country can constitute grounds for right of residence. This has not always been the case.
The case of the Afghan atheist Josef Moradi has attracted a great deal of media attention. Less attention has been given to how UNE assesses asylum applications from atheists. This has given rise to misunderstandings about UNE's practice.
Doubts or incorrect information about identity can result in rejection or a decision to revoke a permit. What are the assessments behind this?