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Consecutive sentences do not a foreign criminal make

Consecutive sentences do not a foreign criminal make

A person sentenced to a term of 12 months imprisonment made up of consecutive terms is not a ‘foreign criminal’ within the meaning of the deportation provisions of the Immigration Rules and is not therefore subject to paragraph 398 of those Rules.

Source: OLO and Others (para 398 – “foreign criminal”) [2016] UKUT 56 (IAC) (15 January 2016)

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