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Immigration Deportation Order Case facts The Home Office served the Appellant on the 14th of September 2014 a Deportation Order under Section 5(1) of the Immigration Act 1971 due to his criminal conviction. The Appellant was convicted of fraud and was sent to prison for 36 months. The Appellant had lived in the UK at the time of the deportation order for more than 20 years, was legally married and had 2 children with his partner. The order was issued for the Appellant to be
Immigration Laws & Policies
Appendix FM, family life as a Parent Case facts The Appellant held leave to remain under the DL route and applied in time for an application for further leave to remain as a "parent". His application was completed through another law firm which the Appellant had instructed and this was refused on the 5th of September 2012. Outcome of the matter The Appellant contacted ICS Legal following the refusal and instructed us to complete the appeal before the First
Adult Dependant Relative, Appendix FM Immigration Rules Case facts The Sponsor applied for his elderly mother to join him in the UK under the Adult Dependant Relative route on 15th January 2019, however the application was refused on the 26th of February 2019 with full rights of appeal. The Sponsor had then appealed in time following the refusal and then took advice from ICS Legal. The application was refused on the grounds that there were not sufficient evidences presented at the date
Adult Dependant Relative on Human Rights Grounds Case facts The Appellant arrived in the UK as a visitor and both the Appellant & Sponsor decided to lodge a human rights application, based on the principles of adult dependent relative, under human rights grounds. Whilst the application are usually applied from outside of the UK, the Appellant did not want to return home and asked the Home Office to apply discretion. The application was refused with full rights of appeal.
Private Life on Human Rights Grounds including a judicial review application Case facts The Appellant arrived in the UK on the 12th of July 2004, holding a visit visa and extended her leave to remain under the immigration policy framework. Towards May 2011, she moved to the EEA residency criteria, and following the successful grant, enjoyed her residency in the UK. At the end of the 5 years term, she did not qualify for permanent residency as this was refused. Following the refusal, she de
Human Rights Laws
Appendix FM, family life as a Partner & Human Rights Case facts The Appellant applied to join her husband in the UK, referred as the Sponsor to the Appendix FM, Partner application. The application for leave to enter as a partner was refused on 9th August 2018, following the application being lodged on the 3rd of May 2018. The application was refused based on the relationship requirements and the Entry Clearance Officer did not accept the relationship including the intent
Appendix FM, family life as a Partner & Human Rights Case facts The Appellant applied to join his wife in the UK, referred as the Sponsor to the Appendix FM Partner application. The application for leave to enter as a partner was refused on 23rd May 2018, following the application being lodged on the 5th of February 2018. The application was refused on a number of legal grounds, including the Appellant's names, failure to provide the divorce document, relationship requirem
EEA Laws & Brexit
EEA Family Permit, family life as a Partner Case facts The Appellant applied to join her husband in the UK and prior engaging with ICS Legal, had applied for the EEA Family Permit three times, all three refused, with various grounds and appeal rights exhausted. The decision letters raised a number of issues, related to the relationship, the intention to live together and the Sponsor's ability to support his wife in the UK. The marriage of convenience was raised and there was s
EEA Laws & Brexit
EEA Family Permit, Derivative Rights of Residency Case facts The Appellant & her son applied to join her 2 daughters, who were EEA nationals in the UK and exercising their treaty rights. The application was complex and came with previous refusals. Previous decisions meant that the new application had to be completed with careful checks and ensure we did not damage the credibility of the Appellant and her son. Outcome of the matter The new application under derivati
Indefinite Leave to Remain Appendix FM | Continuous Residence Case facts The Appellant applied for indefinite leave to remain (ILR) as a Partner under Appendix FM, however the application was refused on the grounds that the Appellant did not complete the 60 months as required by the immigration rules. The Home Office refused the application albeit they had requested the evidences and granted the Appellant under the 10 years route to settlement under the parent route. The entire decision wa
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