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Hussein, Regina (on The Application of) v First-Tier Tribunal (Para 353: Present Scope and Effect)(IJR): UTIAC 8 Aug 2016

UTIAC (1) Lord Neuberger’s judgment in R (ZA (Nigeria)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2010] EWCA Civ 926 is an authoritative pronouncement on the scope of the Supreme Court’s judgments in R (BA (Nigeria)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2009] UKSC 7. (2) Parliament’s actions in amending paragraph 353 … Continue reading Hussein, Regina (on The Application of) v First-Tier Tribunal (Para 353: Present Scope and Effect)(IJR): UTIAC 8 Aug 2016

MG, Regina (on The Application of) v First-Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) (‘Fresh Claim’; Para 353: No Appeal) (IJR): UTIAC 17 May 2016

UTIAC 1. A decision that further submissions do not amount to a ‘fresh claim’ under para 353 of the Immigration Rules is not a decision to refuse a protection or human rights claim and so does not give rise to a right of appeal to the First-tier Tribunal under s.82 of the Nationality, Immigration and … Continue reading MG, Regina (on The Application of) v First-Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) (‘Fresh Claim’; Para 353: No Appeal) (IJR): UTIAC 17 May 2016

Waqar, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for The Home Department (Statutory Appeals/Paragraph 353) ( IJR): UTIAC 25 Mar 2015

UTIAC 1. The current statutory appeal regime requires a decision to be made on a human rights claim. Without a claim and without a decision there is no appeal. 2. Where a claim has already been determined, submissions made subsequent to that require a decision as to whether they amount to a claim. Paragraph 353 … Continue reading Waqar, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for The Home Department (Statutory Appeals/Paragraph 353) ( IJR): UTIAC 25 Mar 2015

Hussain, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for The Home Department (Fcjr) Pakistan: UTIAC 22 Aug 2013

Challenge as Wednesbury unreasonableness of decisions made by the respondent refusing to treat the applicant’s submissions as a fresh claim within the meaning of paragraph 353 of the Immigration Rules. Jordan UTJ [2013] UKUT 438 (IAC) Bailii Immigration Rules 353 England and Wales Immigration Updated: 20 November 2021; Ref: scu.515457

BA (Nigeria) v Secretary of State for The Home Department and Others: SC 26 Nov 2009

The court was asked whether the expression ‘an asylum claim, or a human rights claim’ in section 92(4)(a) of the 2002 Act includes any second or subsequent claim that the asylum seeker may make, or only a second or subsequent claim which has been accepted as a ‘fresh claim’ by the Secretary of State under … Continue reading BA (Nigeria) v Secretary of State for The Home Department and Others: SC 26 Nov 2009

Robinson (Formerly JR (Jamaica)) v Secretary of State for The Home Department: SC 13 Mar 2019

Statutory right of appeal against decisions by the Secretary of State for the Home Department to refuse protection claims and human rights claims under Part 5 of the 2002 Act. Where a person has already had a human rights claim refused and there is no pending appeal, do further submissions that rely on human rights … Continue reading Robinson (Formerly JR (Jamaica)) v Secretary of State for The Home Department: SC 13 Mar 2019

HH v Deputy Prosecutor of The Italian Republic, Genoa: SC 20 Jun 2012

In each case the defendant sought to resist European Extradition Warrants saying that an order would be a disporportionate interference in their human right to family life. The Court asked whether its approach as set out in Norris, had to be amended in the light of the case of ZH. Held: HH and PH’s appeals … Continue reading HH v Deputy Prosecutor of The Italian Republic, Genoa: SC 20 Jun 2012

Home Office (Central Government) FS50565262: ICO 9 Jun 2015

The complainant has requested information relating to illegal migrants who have been granted Discretionary Leave and in particular those who benefited from paragraph 353B of the Immigration Rules (Exceptional Circumstances). The Home Office refused this request on cost grounds under section 12(1) of the FOIA. The Commissioner’s decision is that the Home Office applied section … Continue reading Home Office (Central Government) FS50565262: ICO 9 Jun 2015

NCN, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for The Home Department: Admn 17 Oct 2014

The claimant sought judicial review of decisions: ‘i) The SSHD’s decision: a) to refuse to accept that the Claimant’s representations amounted to a fresh asylum/human rights claim per para 353 of the Immigration Rules and/or b) not to exercise her discretion under paragraph 353B to treat the Claimant’s case on an exceptional basis ii) The … Continue reading NCN, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for The Home Department: Admn 17 Oct 2014

Regina (on The Application of Samir Boukhatem) v Secretary of State for The Home Department (FCJR): UTIAC 30 Aug 2013

Challenges as Wednesbury unreasonable decisions refusing to treat the applicant’s submissions as a fresh claim within the meaning of paragraph 353 of the Immigration Rules. Latter, Jordan UTJJ [2013] UKUT 464 (IAC) Bailii Imigration Rules 353 England and Wales Immigration Updated: 20 November 2021; Ref: scu.515459

EB (Kosovo) v Secretary of State for the Home Department: HL 25 Jun 2008

The claimant arrived as a child from Kosovo in 1999. He said that the decision after so long, it would breach his human rights now to order his return. Held: The adjudicator had failed to address the effect of delay. That was a relevant consideration, and the matter would have to be looked at again.Lord … Continue reading EB (Kosovo) v Secretary of State for the Home Department: HL 25 Jun 2008

Taylor v Lawrence: CA 4 Feb 2002

A party sought to re-open a judgment on the Court of Appeal after it had been perfected. A case had been tried before a judge. One party had asked for a different judge to be appointed, after the judge disclosed that he had been a client of the firm of solicitors representing the opposing party, … Continue reading Taylor v Lawrence: CA 4 Feb 2002

BeokuBetts v Secretary of State for the Home Department: HL 25 Jun 2008

The appellant had arrived from Sierra Leone and obtained student permits. When they expired he sought asylum, citing his family’s persecution after a coup, and that fact that other members of his family now had indefinite leave, and he said that an order returning him to Sierra Leone would impinge on their right to family … Continue reading BeokuBetts v Secretary of State for the Home Department: HL 25 Jun 2008

Dow Jones and Co Inc v Jameel: CA 3 Feb 2005

Presumption of Damage in Defamation is rebuttable The defendant complained that the presumption in English law that the victim of a libel had suffered damage was incompatible with his right to a fair trial. They said the statements complained of were repetitions of statements made by US authorities. The claimant had asserted that no more … Continue reading Dow Jones and Co Inc v Jameel: CA 3 Feb 2005

Regina v Sectretary of State for the Home Department ex parte Razgar etc: HL 17 Jun 2004

The claimant resisted removal after failure of his claim for asylum, saying that this would have serious adverse consequences to his mental health, infringing his rights under article 8. He appealed the respondent’s certificate that his claim was manifestly unfounded. Held: Mental health was part of the respect for private life protected by article 8. … Continue reading Regina v Sectretary of State for the Home Department ex parte Razgar etc: HL 17 Jun 2004

ZH (Tanzania) v Secretary of State for The Home Department: SC 1 Feb 2011

The respondent had arrived and claimed asylum. Three claims were rejected, two of which were fraudulent. She had two children by a UK citizen, and if deported the result would be (the father being unsuitable) that the children would have to return with her. Held: The mother’s appeal succeeded. The court had to consider the … Continue reading ZH (Tanzania) v Secretary of State for The Home Department: SC 1 Feb 2011

Regina v Secretary of State for the Home Department ex parte Razgar etc: HL 17 Jun 2004

References: [2004] UKHL 27, [2004] 3 WLR 58, Times 21-Jun-04, [2004] 2 AC 369, [2004] 3 All ER 821, [2004] INLR 349 Links: House of Lords, Bailii Coram: Lord Bingham of Cornhill, Lord Steyn, Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe, Baroness Hale of Richmond, Lord Carswell The claimant resisted removal after failure of his claim for asylum, … Continue reading Regina v Secretary of State for the Home Department ex parte Razgar etc: HL 17 Jun 2004