The Court of Appeal has granted Sara Anzani permission to appeal in a long running immigration law private life case. Sara, instructed by Nag Law, represents a client who qualified for Indefinite Leave to Remain under the 20 year route.
The Court of Appeal has granted permission on two grounds:
“(1) it is arguable that there is a tension between IR 276A & IR 276ADE(i)(iii); and
(2) there may be a requirement for an evaluative exercise as to the presence of the applicant being conducive to the public good.”
The Court of Appeal found that the case may have wider implications and should be argued.
More information about the case will be made available in due course.