Visitor appeal succeeds on human rights grounds – Free Movement

Posted March 11th, 2015 in appeals, asylum, human rights, immigration, married persons, news, tribunals by tracey

‘In a very welcome determination that comes a mere two years after the abolition of full rights of appeal for visitors but in the middle of the scything of full rights of appeal for everyone else, President McCloskey has turned his attention to the question of the relevance of compliance with the Immigration Rules to a human rights appeal. The answer is that where a person meets the terms of the Immigration Rules, their appeal will normally fall to be allowed on human rights grounds, assuming that human rights are engaged in some way in the first place.’

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Free Movement, 10th March 2015