The applicants each sought entry under the points based system tostudy. They failed to accompany the applications with the necessary evidence of financial means, though that could have been supplied. The applications were rejected, and the complained that the Appellant should have applied the ‘Evidential Flexibility Policy’ rather than to immediately reject the application.
Held: The claimant’s appeal failed.
Pitchford, Davis LJJ, Sir Stanley Burnton
 EWCA Civ 2
England and Wales
Appeal from – Rodriguez (Flexibility Policy) UTIAC 31-Jan-2013
UTIAC Since August 2009 UKBA has operated a policy relating to the processing and determination of applications under the Points Based System (‘PBS’). This was revised with effect from May 2011. In its policy . .
Appeal from – Mandalia v Secretary of State for The Home Department SC 14-Oct-2015
The Court considered the guidance given to UK Border Agency case workers when considering document submitted by persons applying for leave to enter or stay in the UK as foreign students. M had applied to study here, but had not accompanied his . .
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Updated: 28 November 2021; Ref: scu.519974