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Ignore what the Immigration Rules say about deportation, Upper Tribunal says

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In Bikanu (s.11 TCEA; s.117C NIAA; para. 399D) [2021] UKUT 34 (IAC), the Upper Tribunal has confirmed that paragraph 399D of the Immigration Rules has no relevance to the human rights exceptions to deportation set out in section 117C(4)-(6) of the N...

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Eleri Griffiths

Eleri Griffiths is a barrister at One Pump Court. She specialises in immigration and housing law and acts in cases across the spectrum of both fields in private and public law matters.

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