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Jonathan Martin granted permission for Judicial Review

Jonathan Martin instructed by Nag Law got permission from the Upper Tribunal in a fresh claim Judicial Review where the main fresh evidence raises mental health and suicide risk issues.

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Jonathan Martin granted permission for Judicial Review

Jonathan Martin, instructed by M Q Hassan Solicitors, was granted permission in a Judicial Review matter by Mr Justice Edis in the Upper Tribunal where the issue is whether 3C leave continued after an appeal in the Court of Appeal was dismissed by Consent after it was agreed the Home Office would give 60 days…

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Amarjit Seehra granted permission for Judicial Review

Amarjit Seehra was granted permission in a Judicial Review matter brought by a Tier 2 Migrant after his sponsor lost their licence while his application was pending. The case seeks to distinguish R (oao Islam and Pathan) v SSHD [2017] UKUT 00369 IAC. Jonathan Martin had drafted the grounds and the pair were instructed by Indra Sebastian Solicitors.

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Jonathan Martin granted permission for Judicial Review

Jonathan Martin, instructed by Clifford Solicitors, was granted permission in a Judicial Review matter by Lady Justice Gloster after the High Court had found the challenge had no merit. The substances of the challenge is a refusal to grant nationality on character grounds after the applicant entered illegally as a minor.

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Rudolph Spurling led by Sonali Naik in upcoming Country Guidance case on persecution risks for Kurdish Iranians

Refusing the appellant’s appeal in the First-tier Tribunal, the judge considered himself bound by the findings of the Upper Tribunal in the Country Guidance case of SSH and HR (illegal exit: failed asylum seeker) Iran CG [2016] UKUT 00308 (IAC).   In an error of law hearing in the Upper Tribunal, Rudolph persuaded Upper Tribunal Judge…

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Sara Anzani granted permission in s.94 certification challenge

Upper Tribunal Judge Coker today granted permission in a Judicial Review claim challenging the decision of the SSHD to refuse and certify the asylum and human rights claim of the Applicant and her family under section 94 of the Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002. Sara Anzani persuaded Judge Coker that it was arguable the…

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Amarjit Seehra granted permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal has granted permission to appeal in a case where the Secretary of State for the Home Department deprived the Appellant of his British Citizenship.  The point of principle being argued is the effect of statelessness on deprivation under section 40(3) British Nationality Act 1981. Amarjit Seehra is instructed by BHD Solicitors.

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Jonathan Martin granted permission on the basis of contact ordered by the family court

Upper Tribunal Judge Perkins granted permission in a Judicial Review claim where Jonathan Martin had persuaded him it was arguable that the Home Office should not have certified as clearly unfounded the claim of a man who was seeking contact with his daughter. The Home Office had said his contact application was just trying to…

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