Australia: 'Get me out of here', Tamil father begs

No discussions between Australia and NZ or US about Biloela asylum seeker family, ABC told

  No discussions between Australia and NZ or US about Biloela asylum seeker family, ABC told No actual discussions have taken place between Australia and two countries flagged as resettlement options for a Tamil asylum seeker family being held indefinitely at Christmas Island detention centre, the ABC is told.The government yesterday publicly raised the prospect of the Biloela family, including their Australian-born children, being resettled in New Zealand or the United States.

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A Tamil father has begged to get off Christmas Island as soon as possible but his lawyer says his family faces ongoing oppression even after they are reunited in Perth.

a man and a woman looking at the camera: Lawyer Carina Ford says the family will be subject to tight restrictions while living in Perth. © Daniel Pockett/AAP PHOTOS Lawyer Carina Ford says the family will be subject to tight restrictions while living in Perth.

Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has decided to allow the Murugappan family to live in the community in Perth, after over three years in immigration detention including almost two on Christmas Island.

But he has warned there's no guaranteed pathway to a visa that would allow the family to permanently return to their home in the Queensland town of Biloela.

Time to bring Tamil family back: Govt MPs

  Time to bring Tamil family back: Govt MPs Federal MP Trent Zimmerman has indicated a potential shift inside government for a Tamil family detained on Christmas Island to be brought back to Australia.Indicating a possible shift inside government on the fate of the Murugappan family, Trent Zimmerman has said that while the case was "very complicated", support for them in the Australian community was "overwhelming".

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Nades Murugappan and his oldest daughter Kopika are waiting for a plane to fly them from Christmas Island to Perth to reunite with his wife Priya and their youngest child, Tharnicaa, who remains ill in hospital.

Immigration lawyer Carina Ford says the family have been warned they'll be subject to a long list of restrictions about what they can and cannot do while living in the community.

She told of Mr Murugappan's emotional response to the news his family will soon be reunited, albeit without the right to remain in Australia.

"Just get me out of here, I just want to get out of Christmas Island," he told Ms Ford during a two-hour call on Tuesday morning.

"That probably reflects, in some ways, today's result."

Ms Ford said the minister did not have to wait for ongoing legal cases to conclude to intervene and grant an exemption to allow the family to stay.

Biloela family to be reunited on mainland

  Biloela family to be reunited on mainland Immigration Minister Alex Hawke will allow a Tamil family that has been detained on Christmas Island to stay in Perth on a community detention placement.Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has decided to allow the Sri Lankan family to reside in the Perth community.

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"The minister can use his power at any time," she told reporters in Melbourne.

Ms Ford said she'd sent medical records to Mr Hawke so he could see for himself that the family's detention had caused significant mental health issues.


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She said the family was happy they would regain some sense of freedom, albeit at the continued expense of Australian taxpayers.

But they will have to live under onerous conditions and Kopika, who has been distressed at the separation of her family, must settle into a new school.

"There needs to be a shift in how the government looks at this case. I'm not so certain we are there yet," Ms Ford said.

"Which means does the fight go on? Well, it probably does."

Under the terms of community detention, the parents cannot work or even volunteer.

The family must live where the government tells them to, and cannot have overnight guests, or stay elsewhere overnight without permission.

Biloela asylum seeker family members touch down in Perth to be reunited with Tharnicaa

  Biloela asylum seeker family members touch down in Perth to be reunited with Tharnicaa The father and sister of the sick four-year-old Tamil asylum seeker medically evacuated to Perth from Christmas Island, where her family has been detained since 2019, arrive to support her and will be permitted to stay under a community detention order. A small group of supporters accompanied them to the island's airport and waved goodbye as the plane took off.More supporters gathered at Perth Airport to welcome them, carrying balloons and signs saying "Let Them Stay" and "Let them Live in Australia Permanently".The pair were taken in a car and driven to Perth Children's Hospital.

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They will also have to report regularly to authorities, but Ms Ford says it's not yet clear how often.

Aron MyIvaganam from the Tamil Refugee Council said the government's move was not one of compassion, but "an act of concession" stemming from public pressure.

"The government is basically sending this family from one detention to another detention," he said.

"This is not freedom. We will continue our fight until this family is fully freed. Their home is in Biloela."

A charter flight is on its way to the island to collect Nades and Kopika as Tharnicaa continues to recover in hospital from an infection she developed on Christmas Island.

Mr MyIvaganam said Tharnicaa was "really well" but facing long-term health issues beyond her battle with sepsis, including dental problems.

Having spoken to the relieved family, Mr MyIvaganam said they could still not understand why the government had opted to put them in community detention rather than sending them home to Biloela.

"They are concerned that they still face an uncertain future in future in this country," he said.

"They will continue this fight until they achieve complete freedom."

Murugappan asylum seeker family given three-month bridging visas .
Three members of the Murugappan family that had been detained on Christmas Island have been granted three-month bridging visas. The Tamil asylum seeker family was reunited in Perth last week after Immigration Minister Alex Hawke used his powers to move them off Christmas Island, where they had been since August 2019, into community detention. On Wednesday Mr Hawke agreed to an application under a section of the Migration Act that allows him to grant visas in the public interest.

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