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Arman’s claim for asylum was rejected because the Australian government thought it was safe for him to return to Afghanistan. While this is no longer the government’s view, Australia’s appeal system means the decision still stands. In this episode of Full Story, Arman explains how he has nowhere to turn – his only chance to stay in Australia is if Peter Dutton personally intervenes

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Temporary is a project from the University of New South Wales Centre for Ideas and Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law in partnership with Guardian Australia, inspired by the book Refugee Rights and Policy Wrongs by Jane McAdam and Fiona Chong. Series artwork by Matt Huynh.

You can find additional information, photography and artwork at the Kaldor Centre’s Temporary website.

Arman left Afghanistan as a teenager, and has made a life for himself in Sydney.
Photograph: M Jafari/UNSW/Guardian Australia
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