- Highly skilled migrants and refusals based on tax discrepancies
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- Why are these applications being refused?
- Why is it controversial that para 322(5) of the Immigration Rules is being used to refuse these cases in many instances?
- What are the means to challenge these refusals, and what could be the grounds of such challenges?
- Do you have any practical tips/advice for Immigration lawyers and their clients who may be affected?
Immigration analysis: Lawrence Youssefian, immigration barrister at Richmond Chambers, looks at why applications for indefinite leave to remain (ILR) by highly skilled migrants are being refused on the grounds of tax discrepancies, and how advisers should approach these cases.
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