General grounds for refusal and re-entry bans

General grounds for refusal and re-entry bans guidance:

Involvement of prosecutors in conditional cautions Conditional cautions were implemented by sections 22–27 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (CJA 2003). They were intended...

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This Practice Note looks at the legal and practical consequences of the curtailment and cancellation of leave to enter and remain. It also outlines the ways in which...

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STOP PRESS: This Practice Note is currently being updated, including for the implications of the Court of Appeal’s decision in Balajigari v SSHD [2019] EWCA Civ 673,...

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The question of the extent of any positive duty of disclosure is a fundamental consideration for applicants and immigration advisers alike. The issue came to the...

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This Practice Note sets out, in tabular format, the key possible consequences of deception by omission which are provided for in the general grounds for refusal or...

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This Practice Note looks at the mandatory grounds for refusal of applications to which the Immigration Rules, Part 9 applies, other than those relating to an applicant's...

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This Practice Note covers the various discretionary grounds for refusal of applications to which the Immigration Rules, Part 9 applies, other than those relating to...

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There are a number of general grounds for refusal which provide for exclusion or the refusal of leave to remain on the basis of previous criminal offences or other...

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