Regina v Secretary of State for Home Department ex parte Doldur: CA 2 Apr 1998

It was wrong to impute deceit to an immigrant who entered after marrying after being given leave to enter when not further questioned about status on entry.
Times 08-Apr-1998, [1998] EWCA Civ 608, 1998 IMM AR 352
England and Wales
Citing:
Appeal fromRegina v Secretary of State for Home Department ex parte Cengiz Doldur Admn 26-Jun-1997
The applicant sought judicial review of the immigration officer’s finding that he was an illegal immigrant within the section. He had failed to declare that after obtaining temporary permission to enter, he had got married. It was not suggested that . .
See AlsoDoldur v Secretary of State for Home Department (No 2) CA 2-Jul-1998
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Cited by:
CitedRegina (Yaser Mahmood) v Secretary of State for Home Department Admn 9-Aug-2001
The Home Secretary had served notice that the applicant was an illegal immigrant, and liable to deportation. An order had been made for the cross examination of the applicant. He had come to England to study, but soon dropped his immediate plans. He . .
See AlsoDoldur v Secretary of State for Home Department (No 2) CA 2-Jul-1998
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