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WK v Refugee and Protection Officer - [2019] 2 NZLR 223

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Court of Appeal Wellington
CA150/2018; [2018] NZCA 258
17 May; 17 July 2018
Asher, Venning and Mander JJ
Immigration — Refugee status — Judicial review — Refusal to consider fourth claim for refugee status — Limitation on subsequent claims — Whether subsequent claim repetitive, manifestly unfounded or clearly abusive — Whether significant change in circumstances — International obligations — Whether real chance of persecution if returned to country — “Essentially the same claim” — “Manifestly unfounded” — Application to admit further evidence — United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, arts 1A(2), 33 and 33(1).
Judicial review — Immigration — Refugee status — Refusal to consider fourth claim for refugee status — Limitation on subsequent claims — Whether subsequent claim repetitive, manifestly unfounded or clearly abusive — Wednesbury standard of unreasonableness — Whether significant change in circumstances — International obligations — “Essentially the same claim” — “Manifestly unfounded” — Refusal to admit further evidence — Standard for admission of further evidence in judicial review proceedings — United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, arts 1A(2), 33 and 33(1).

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