- Clarifying the requirements for varying applications for further leave to remain
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- What were the Secretary of State’s arguments before the Court of Appeal?
- How did the court address those submissions?
- What are the practical implications of the court’s broad interpretation of ‘purpose’ in the Immigration Rules, para 34E?
- What should lawyers do next? Are there any trends developing in this area?
Immigration analysis: The Court of Appeal’s decision in Secretary of State for the Home Department v Khan, that the mandatory requirements of the Immigration Rules had to be met when a student resubmitted an application for further leave to remain rather than at the time of the original application, is examined by Rajiv Sharma, of 1 Gray’s Inn Square.
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