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Home Office reviewing decisions in all immigration appeals over 20 weeks old

Home Office reviewing decisions in all immigration appeals over 20 weeks old

Browsing LinkedIn the other day I came across this post by Jacqueline Victor-Mazeli, a barrister at Law Lane Chambers: Appeal hearings [at the First-tier Tribunal] are presently taking place an average of 12 months after decision. The passage of time can ...

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