Taking a look at structural unfairness, when behaviour of the Home Office representatives at appeal hearings is treated very differently by judges and the Tribunal than when someone seeking asylum or other right to remain does something comparable.
The second in our series of legal information videos! This training session via video, based on the Right to Remain Toolkit, is on judicial reviews.
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It may not surprise you to learn that, following a public consultation over the proposed hike in immigration and asylum court fees during which lawyers, NGOs and the public warned the government the fees would severely impede access to justice and threaten the rule of law, the government is introducing said increase as of today, Monday 10 October 2016.
The UK government has proposed increasing the fees that need to be paid to appeal an asylum or immigration decision in the First-tier and Upper Tribunal in England and Wales.