First Step in His Battle Now Won

Mr Scanes, who served in the armed forces for 20 years, kept a one-man vigil outside Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton's electorate office in Brisbane.

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Former official interpreter to Australian army denied refugee status by Australia

Afghanistan veteran Jason Scanes has left his young family and taken leave from his job to stage a protest outside Peter Dutton’s Brisbane electorate office in an effort to save the life of his former interpreter.

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ASRC Telethon

Celebrate the strength and resilience of refugees and people seeking asylum with the ASRC Telethon on World Refugee Day.

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Dutton Camper

Jason Scanes protests outside Peter Dutton's office after his friend and interpreter Hassan was denied a Visa.

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Former Australian soldiers fight to get Afghan interpreter a visa

Former Australian soldiers are fighting to get a visa for an Afghan interpreter left behind in Afghanistan with fears for his life, after he failed a US Defense Department character test. The interpreter worked closely with Australian soldiers in southern Afghanistan.

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