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Meaning of “unduly harsh” in the Immigration Rules

Meaning of “unduly harsh” in the Immigration Rules

A dispute has arisen between different panels of the Upper Tribunal’s Immigration and Asylum Chamber. The subject is the meaning and interpretation of the words “unduly harsh” at paragraph 399 of the Immigration Rules, which reads: 399. This paragraph applies where ...

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