Any person aggrieved by a relevant decision1 of the Immigration Services Commissioner2 may appeal to the First-tier Tribunal3 against the decision4. If the Tribunal allows the appeal5 and considers it appropriate, it may direct the Commissioner to:
(1) register the applicant or to continue the applicant's registration6;
(2) make or vary the applicant's registration so as to have limited effect7; or
(3) quash a recorded decision8 and the record of that decision9.
Where the Tribunal upholds a disciplinary charge laid by the Commissioner against a person10 and the person charged is a registered person or someone acting on a registered
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