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Author Inquiry into the Circumstances of the Vivian Alvarez Matter.

Title Inquiry into the Circumstances of the Vivian Alvarez Matter : report under the Ombudsman Act 1976 / by the Commonwealth Ombudsman, Prof. John McMillan, of an inquiry undertaken by Mr Neil Comrie.

Published Canberra : Commonwealth Ombudsman, 2005.

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 UniM Store AB  323.6310994 INQU    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxvi, 98 p. ; 25 cm. + 4 sheets.
Series Report / Commonwealth Ombudsman ; no. 03/2005
Parliamentary paper / Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, 0727-4181 ; no. 244 of 2005
Report (Commonwealth Ombudsman (Australia)) ; 2005 no. 03.
Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ; 2005, no. 244.
Notes "September 2005"--Verso of title-page.
Attachments I-IV are in envelope at back. They contain 4 sheets of chronologies: I. The Vivian Alvarez matter: background -- II. Phase 1: removal, 2001 -- III. Phase 2: discovery, 2003 -- IV. Phase 3: discovery, 2004..
"Vivian was born in the Philippines on 30 October 1962. She married an Australian citizen, Robert William Young, on 26 May 1984 and came to live in Australia on 7 July 1984. She became an Australian citizen on 3 March 1986 and used the name Vivian Solon Young."--p. ix.
"On 2 May 2005 a request to examine the circumstances surrounding the removal from Australia of Ms Vivian Alvarez/Solon/Young, an Australian citizen, was referred to the Inquiry [into the Circumstances of the Immigration Detention of Cornelia Rau] by the Acting Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs"--p. 85. "In July 2005 the Government asked my office to take responsibility for completing the investigation"--Prof. John McMillan, Commonwealth Ombudsman, in letter to the Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs, 26 September 2005--p. [iii].
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Other formats Also available online at the Commonwealth Ombudsman website.
System notes System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader required to view/print PDF files
Usage Terms Commonwealth of Australia 2005.
Other author McMillan, John, 1949-
Comrie, Neil.
Commonwealth Ombudsman (Australia)
Subject Alvarez, Vivian.
Australia. Dept. of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs.
Detention of persons -- Australia.
Emigration and immigration law -- Australia -- Case studies.
Missing persons -- Australia.
People with mental disabilities -- Civil rights -- Australia -- Case studies.
Variant Title Also known as: Comrie report
Local subject Internet access
ISBN 0975068059