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When a leave to remain application is refused on suitability grounds (ETS deception case) but then subsequently granted by a separate caseworker, what steps can an advisor take to minimise the risk of refusal on the same basis when applying for indefinite leave to remain?

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Produced in partnership with Nick Nason of Edgewater Legal
Published on LexisPSL on 10/09/2019

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  • When a leave to remain application is refused on suitability grounds (ETS deception case) but then subsequently granted by a separate caseworker, what steps can an advisor take to minimise the risk of refusal on the same basis when applying for indefinite leave to remain?

When a leave to remain application is refused on suitability grounds (ETS deception case) but then subsequently granted by a separate caseworker, what steps can an advisor take to minimise the risk of refusal on the same basis when applying for indefinite leave to remain?

The answer to this Q&A may depend to some extent on the reasons why the Secretary of State changed their mind from one application to another.

If representations were made with the second application in relation to the applicant, or an order or positive determination made

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