20/09/2019 | Success Stories | Aejaz Mussa
This case concerned an applicant who last remained in the UK as a Tier 1 Entrepreneur. When the applicant applied for further leave to remain as a Tier 1 Entrepreneur, his application was refused on the basis that Home Office alleged that the Applicant had used deception in using a fraudulently obtained ETS certificate in a previous application. However, the Home Office did not give the Applicant an in-country right of appeal. We successfully argued before the Upper Tribunal that the Applicant should be granted permission to bring a Judicial Review claim.
The decision in this case applies to all immigration and visa applications that have been refused on deception grounds under paragraph 322 of the Immigration Rules without a right of appeal. In such cases, the applicant would have to consider Judicial Review as the only option to challenge the decision. Judicial Review is a very complex process and should not be pursued without an immigration lawyer assessing the merits of the claim.
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