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The Defendant could not reasonably conclude that the Claimant's evidence would not realistically be accepted. The decision to reject the Claimant's representations as a fresh claim was thus rejected.
30 April 2012
(1) The Claimant challenged two decisions of the Defendant not to accept his representations as giving rise to a fresh claim for asylum in accordance with para 353 of the Immigration Rules. The Claimant, an Iraqi national, made an asylum and human rights claim on 4 August 2006. The Claimant alleged that he would be mistreated if he was returned to Iraq due to his Christian faith and perceived sympathy with the UK.
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