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Procedural unfairness arguments unlikely to help in Points Based System refusals

Procedural unfairness arguments unlikely to help in Points Based System refusals

The Court of Appeal has held that there is no right based on procedural fairness for a migrant to be offered a chance to cure deficiencies in his or her Points Based System application before it is refused. The case ...

Pip Hague

Pip Hague is a corporate immigration solicitor at Fieldfisher specialising in the points based system, audit and compliance.

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