Sydney: Finally Hassan Asif’s last wish is going to be fulfilled as Australian government has finally granted visas to his family.
Australian Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has confirmed that visas has been granted to the family of dying Pakistani student Hassan Asif. He said “The decision maker in change of the initial application made the right decisions on the initial information provided”.
According to the international media, Hassan is dying from advanced skin cancer. He has only weeks to live and wanted to spend his last days with his family. Earlier visas to his family were denied and Australian government rejected last wish of Hassan.
Hassan went to Australia in 2014 on a student visa. Doctors there diagnosed him advanced skin cancer, in April of this year. The diseases has progressed into fatal stage last month. He had appealed to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection to get permission for his mother and brother to travel to Melbourne.