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Tribunal not permitted to consider post-decision evidence without consent of Home Office

Tribunal not permitted to consider post-decision evidence without consent of Home Office

In Mahmud (S. 85 NIAA 2002 – ‘new matters’) [2017] UKUT 488 (IAC) the Upper Tribunal, chaired by Mr Ockelton, decided that the tribunal cannot take into account a post-decision relationship and birth of a child in a human rights appeal without ...

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