- Six Iranian refugees have had their Australian protection visas reinstated
- Each told authorities they would be killed or persecuted if they returned home
- But they were caught visiting Iran voluntarily and returning to Australia
- Immigration Minister Peter Dutton ordered their visas to be cancelled
- Administrative Appeals Tribunal overturned decision and ruled they could stay
A group of Iranians who were granted protection visas in Australia after claiming they would be killed or persecuted if they returned have been caught holidaying in their homeland.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton cancelled their visas, but the Administrative Appeals Tribunal overturned his decision and ruled that the group could stay in the country.
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