Federal Court (FCA). According to the FCA, the effect of cl 13.1.2(1) of Direction 79 was to oblige decision-makers "to have regard cumulatively to the nature of harm should the non-citizen engage in further criminal or other serious conduct, and the likelihood of the non-citizen doing so". Does cl 13.1.2(1) require decision makers to "engage in separate risk assessments for each kind of offending in which an applicant has historically engaged"?
The FCA answered that question as follows:
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