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The Secretary of State's conclusions as to the compliance of the Claimant with reporting duties were found to be neither irrational nor arbitrary.
15 June 2012
Thirlwell J (extempore judgment)
(1) The Claimant, a college in East London, was granted a tier 4 sponsor licence in 2009. In March 2011, the Claimant applied, and was refused, highly trusted sponsor status (HTS). The refusal was based upon two reasons. The first was that the Claimant did not have practices in place to ensure that only genuine students were issued with confirmation of acceptance for studies (CAS). The second was that the Defendant was not satisfied that the Claimant would comply with its reporting duties.
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