Federal Court: Applicant: applied for protection visa; was interviewed; raised a number of claims, except sexual assault; before delegate made decision, claimed he suffered sexual assault. Delegate found the sexual assault claim was embellishment. Matter was referred to IAA under Pt 7AA of Migration Act 1958. IAA took a stronger view than delegate on embellishment and did not exercise power to obtain new information. Was the IAA's decision legally unreasonable? What is the meaning of "credible personal information" in s 473DD(b)(ii)?
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