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Changes to Administrative Review

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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)).

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New Rule changes in effect from November 2012

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A host of changes to the immigration rules came into force on 22 November 2012. They include the following: A lowering of the English language requirement for Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) from level C1 (advanced) to level B1 (intermediate), in line with other points-based system categories. This change is being made in response to concerns that the […]

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Home Office’s lack of clarity in asylum cases

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Due to the recent changes in immigration laws, applicants are finding it increasingly more and more difficult to work out the Home Office’s criteria for approving visas. This is most apparent in asylum cases where applicants must go to desperate lengths to prove their suffering and destitution. As the tragic case of an asylum seeker […]