Home Office reviewing decisions in all immigration appeals over 20 weeks old

Browsing LinkedIn the other day I came across this post by Jacqueline Victor-Mazeli, a barrister at Law Lane Chambers: Appeal hearings [at the First-tier Tribunal] are presently taking place an average of 12 months after decision. The passage of time can see circumstances or caselaw change as well as see further evidence submitted which was not before the decision maker. With a number of older cases proceeding to appeal it is clear that they do so in an inefficient manner which does not benefit any of the parties involved in proceedings. The Home Office therefore agreed that a review of cases that are over 20 weeks old will be undertaken. The…

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