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New immigration judges announced


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Three new immigration judges have been appointed to the First-tier Tribunal:

All have previous experience as part-time (“fee-paid”) judges but are now being taken on properly.¬†

The appointments follow several others announced last month:

On the other side of the ledger, Nigel Osborne retired yesterday, having been an immigration judge since 2003.

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