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The decision to refuse the Claimant’s application for indefinite leave to remain in the UK under a concessionary policy was unlawful as it relied upon irrelevant considerations and lacked evidence in support of its purported reasons to deny the application.
20 December 2012
Mr Stephen Morris QC
(i) By this claim, the Claimant, a Turkish national, sought to challenge the decision of the Defendant to refuse his application for indefinite leave to remain in the UK under the concessionary policy known as the ‘One Off Exercise to allow Qualifying Asylum Seeking Families to Stay in the UK’.
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