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Immigration status of foreign criminals is precarious says Upper Tribunal

Immigration status of foreign criminals is precarious says Upper Tribunal

Another illuminating headnote from the Upper Tribunal Immigration and Asylum Chamber reporting committee: (i) The requirements in para 399(b) are conjunctive. Accordingly, the correct approach is to consider para 399(b)(i) before the requirements in para 399(b)(ii) and (iii). If para 399(b)(i) ...

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