Leave to remain and the opportunity to remedy deficiencies in applications

Mon, 03 Feb 2014

Immigration analysis: Should the Secretary of State be required to make further enquiries in every case where there is a failure to meet the requirements of the Immigration Rules? Ramby de Mello, a barrister at No5 Chambers, says the clear message given in Rodriguez is that applicants must have a sure understanding of what their obligations are to submit documents and evidence under the relevant rules. The full interview can be downloaded using the link below.

This article was first published on Lexis®PSL Immigration on 28 January 2014. Ramby de Mello was interviewed by Kate Beaumont.

 

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