Compelling reasons but no need for truly drastic circumstances: second stage immigration appeals revisited – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted March 23rd, 2012 in appeals, immigration, news, tribunals by tracey

“The Court of Appeal has considered the test for the second stage of appeal in immigration cases, when someone wishes to appeal from the Upper Tribunal to the Court of Appeal. The test requires showing that: ‘(a) the proposed appeal would raise some important point of principle or practice; or (b) there is some other compelling reason for the [Court of Appeal] to hear the appeal.’ ”

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UK Human Rights Blog, 23rd March 2012