In a case where the family member of an EEA national had made an application on that basis but the Home Office wanted to remove him before making a decision on it Jonathan Martin, instructed by Biruntha solicitors, obtained an injunction from Upper Tribunal Judge Allen to stop the removal
The Upper Tribunal granted permission to proceed in a fresh claim Judicial Review involving a vulnerable Iraqi Applicant without documents. Amarjit Seehra was instructed by BHD Solicitors.
Emma Harris, appearing in the Upper Tribunal, today obtained permission to judicially review the decision of the Secretary of State to refuse her client leave to remain in the UK with his British partner. She successfully persuaded the Judge that it was arguable that it could be an insurmountable obstacle to the family life of…
Emma Harris, led by Sarabjit Singh QC of 1 Crown Office Row and instructed by Barnes, Harrild & Dyer Solicitors, appeared in the recently reported case of Teh v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 1586 (Admin) in which it was successfully argued that British Overseas Citizens (“BOCs”) holding no other nationality…
The Secretary of State conceded a Judicial Review challenge drafted by Jonathan Martin instructed by Anthony Gold Solicitors in a case where a visit visa had been refused. This demonstrates that it is worth challenging poorly made decisions and the government’s lawyers will, where appropriate, accept that the challenge is well made.
Jonathan Martin instructed by Samars Solicitors granted permission to seek Judicial Review in an unmarried partner case the Home Office decided was clearly unfounded.
Jonathan Martin instructed by Biruntha Solicitors was granted Permission to apply for Judicial Review by Upper Tribunal Judge Smith in a case where the Applicant had put in a fresh claim in respect of his parental relationship with his French daughter and raising a Chikwamba argument in respect of his relationship with his wife.
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.