Welcome on Free porn tube, free sex video galleries - PAUL's PORN - PAULSPORN.com! A Sri Lankan girl who made headlines after being refused a temporary visa because she has Down syndrome will be allowed to live in Australia, after Immigration Minister Peter Dutton intervened in her case.

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That decision caused outrage in disability advocacy circles.

Eliza's father Angelo Fonseka said the Immigration Minister's decision comes after 11 months of fighting for his daughter."We are so happy and excited," Mr Fonseka said."I was overjoyed and I couldn't talk.

"Myself and my sponsors were emotionally overjoyed and we thank God."Mr Fonseka said his daughter was in good health and not on medication, and the family had Australian private health insurance to cover any medical costs.

She has been granted a Temporary Work visa, which is valid until December this year.

Down Syndrome Australia chairman Angus Graham said he was "thrilled" with the Minister's decision.

But he said there was still a discrepancy between the Disability Discrimination Act and the Migration Act."Inconsistencies and discrimination still exist for people trying to migrate to Australia," Mr Graham said.

The Fonseka family plans to move to Shark Bay, 800 kilometres north of Perth, to work at a Christian crisis centre that provides food, accommodation and support to people in need.

Eliza will attend school in the small town that sits in a World Heritage Area in the Gascoyne region.

Mr Fonseka also thanked the Federal Government, West Australian Premier Colin Barnett, Down Syndrome Australia and the National Ethnic Disability Alliance for their support.