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Grant of limited instead of indefinite leave does not generate human rights appeal

Grant of limited instead of indefinite leave does not generate human rights appeal

In MujahidĀ [2020] UKUT 85 (IAC), President Lane holds that where a person applies to the Home Office for indefinite leave to remain and is refused indefinite leave but granted limited leave instead, that decision is not a refusal of a ...

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