R (on the application of Asefa) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 56 (Admin)
Immigration – Claim to remain – Family – Considerations
The Defendant had not failed to consider the interests of the Claimant’s children in certifying the Claimant’s claim to remain in the UK as clearly unfounded and as such, the decision was not irrational, unlawful or unreasonable.
31 January 2012
(i) The Claimant, an Eritrean national, challenged the Defendant’s right to certify her claim to remain in the UK as clearly unfounded, with the effect that she could not appeal from this within the county.
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