Aydogdu, R (On the Application Of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 2852 (Admin) – Sufficient Evidence of Funds The case Aydogdu, R (On the Application Of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 2852 (Admin) demonstrates how it is crucial to provide adequate evidence of control over […]
Administrative Review Further evidence is allowed to be submitted to illustrate that the error is occurred under paragraph 322(2) in regards to leave to enter, or other variation of leave. Therefore, the claimants can only provide new evidence if the deception is found. This minor change clarifies the paragraphs AR2.8 and AR2.9
Changes to Administrative Review Administrative Review is for assessing whether the original refusal was incorrect based on the evidence supplied initially. Under the new rules, additional evidence can now be submitted in certain circumstances according to paragraph AR2.4 of Appendix AR, only if the case worker has made an error (defined in AR2.11(a) or (b)).