When an Application involving asylum, protection and human rights has been refused by the Home Office, and all appeal rights have been exhausted, further representations may be made to the Home Office where new or additional evidence, which is ‘significantly different’ material, becomes available.
Sharan Rupra, Immigration Specialist at Kangs Solicitors, explains this further route of action and the recent changes in administrative procedure which have become necessary as the result of the current Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
Fresh Claims & Further Submissions | Kangs Immigration Law Advisory Team
- The Home Office will consider submissions in accordance with Paragraph 353 of Part 12 of the Immigration Rules where the material is ‘significantly different’ in that:
- it has not already been considered and
- taken together with previously considered material, it represents a realistic prospect of success.
How Can We Help? | Kangs Immigration Advisors
We are able to advise and assist anyone wishing to make any form of Immigration Application including a Fresh Claim Application.
Our Immigration Team is also regularly instructed to appeal cases at all levels.
If you find yourself in a position whereby you require immigration advice on any matter then please do not hesitate to contact our team.
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