Immigration Law & Conveyancing

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No Human Rights in an EEA appeal

    Case of Amirteymour & others (EEA appeals;human tights) (2015) UKUT 466 (IAC) What is this case about ? Headnote ‘ Where no notice under section 120 of the 2002 Act has been served, and where no EEA decision to remove has been made, an appellant cannot bring a Human Rights challenge to removal in an appeal under the EEA REgulations…’ What does this mean ? It means that where you have made an […]

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No in country right of appeal for EEA ‘sham marriage’

  Case of R ( on the application of Bilal Ahmed) v SSHD (EEA/s10 appeal rights: effect) IJR (2015) UKUT 436 (IAC) Headnote: (1) The fact that P ( who is not an EEA national) has a right of appeal under the Immigration (EEA) Regulations 2006 against an EEA decision to refuse P a residence card does not have the effect of precluding the Secretary of State from removing P under section 10 of the […]

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