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Test cases on automatic strike out of claims lead to changes at the Upper Tribunal

Test cases on automatic strike out of claims lead to changes at the Upper Tribunal

Many immigration practitioners will have fallen foul of the surprisingly strict approach the Upper Tribunal (“UT”) has, until recently, taken when it comes to the provision of form T485 (the UT equivalent of the Administrative Court’s Certificate of Service) within ...

Kate joined Duncan Lewis's Public Law department after training at Veale Wasbrough Vizards. Kate has conduct of a variety of immigration and asylum matters, has extensive experience in handling judicial review matters in the human rights context in the senior courts. Kate has worked on a number of successful judicial reviews challenging: trafficking decisions, certifications of immigration decisions and associated removal decisions as well as unlawful detention claims.