Category Archives: s 19 UKBA 2007

‘Evidential Flexibility’ in Supreme Court

Imagine that you made a mistake in your immigration application but were later able to fix the problem because of the “evidential flexibility” policy. This issue has vexed both litigants and the courts for quite some time now. On appeal … Continue reading

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Work permits, earnings and settlement

Philipson (ILR – not PBS: evidence) India [2012] UKUT 39 (IAC)  In the work categories under the immigration rules, earnings are vital for extensions and acquiring settlement rights (or Indefinite Leave to Remain). But, as the Upper Tribunal (Mr Justice … Continue reading

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Breach of Procedure Rules by Visa Officer: Cvetkovs (visa – no file produced – directions) Latvia [2011] UKUT 00212 (IAC)

This case – read judgment here – establishes that a failure by an ECO (“Visa Officer”) to supply documentary evidence under rule 13 of the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (Procedural) Rules 2005 may result in directions being issued by the … Continue reading

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