547. Grounds on which an appeal may be brought.

An appeal to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission1 against the refusal of a protection claim2 must be brought on one or more of the following grounds:

  1.  

    (1)     that removal of the person from the United Kingdom would breach the United Kingdom's obligations under the Refugee Convention3;

  2.  

    (2)     that removal of the person from the United Kingdom would breach the United Kingdom's obligations in relation to persons eligible for a grant of humanitarian protection4;

  3.  

    (3)     that removal of the person from the United Kingdom would be unlawful under the Human Rights Act 19985.

An appeal to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission