immigration appeal

immigration appeal

an appeal may be made against refusal to enter the UK, against conditions of leave to enter and remain, against decisions in respect of deportation orders and against directions for removal. The appeal lies in the first instance to an adjudicator and thence to an Immigration Appeals Tribunal (although, exceptionally, the appeal may go direct to the Tribunal).
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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In another example, an allegation was made concerning the credibility of an appellant in an immigration appeal.
During his 28 years at No5 Chambers he has been appointed a Recorder - Crown and County Court, part-time Immigration Judge, parttime Member of the Immigration Appeal Tribunal, a Deputy High Court Judge and an Honorary Professor at University of Birmingham.
One who has is Donna Pickering who works for the Ministry of Justice in the Immigration Appeal Tribunals and County Court office in North Shields.
The Board has three divisions: the Refugee Protection Division, the Immigration Appeal Division and the Immigration Division.
Her final appeal was rejected at an immigration appeal, but her solicitor put forward new grounds.
Congratulations to the Immigration Appeal Board who turned down the applications of the U.S.
Evelyne and Adoul have been allowed to return to Newcastle to wait for an immigration appeal hearing and, with the support of friends, the much-loved mum, who has worked as a charity volunteer, is fighting to stay in the country.
Available in both print and online, all cases are cross-referenced with "Immigration Law Reporter," a monthly that covers the decisions of the Immigration Appeal Board and of the Courts in immigration matters.
The Special Immigration Appeal Commission (SIAC) accepted that G's continuing detention under Home Secretary David Blunkett's controversial anti-terror laws was prolonging his illness.
The Special Immigration Appeal Commission in London granted him bail on Friday.
Immigration Updates is designed to keep subscribers current with the latest developments in immigration law, including court decisions, Board of Immigration appeal decisions and Board of Alien Labor certification appeals.
In a ruling issued yesterday, judge Colin MacAulay QC said the immigration appeal tribunal got it wrong, giving Ivanov a second chance to put his case for staying in Scotland.

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