Secretary of State for the Home Department, Regina (on the Application of) v Chief Asylum Support Adjudicator and Another: Admn 30 Nov 2006

The claimant had sought support which had been refused by the Home Secretary on the basis that he was no longer an asylum seeker. The claimant sought judicial review of the refusal of his appeal by the Chief Asylum Support adjudicator. The Home Secretary said that there was no jurisdiction to hear such an appeal.
Held: The review was refused on the facts, but the Adjudicator did have the jurisdiction claimed by virtue of the 2000 Regulations. S103 made provision for such disputes to be adjudicated swiftly.


Judge Gilbart, QC


[2006] EWHC 3059 (Admin), Times 22-Dec-2006




Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 95 103, Asylum Support Regulations 2000 (SI 2000 No 704) 3


England and Wales


EndorsedRegina (Secretary of State for the Home Department) v Chief Asylum Support Adjudicator and Another (Ahment Godan) CA 28-Oct-2003
The applicant was an asylum applicant. She sought to appeal a decision to stop support payments. She appealed a decision that she had no right to appeal.
Held: A decision which might give rise to an appeal only occurred if the applicant had an . .
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