Making a human rights claim is often the only viable way of securing a client’s immigration status. We address a number of issues that frequently entangle even the expert immigration lawyer. In particular:
- Making a human rights claim
- What exactly is a human rights claim? And when is it refused?
- Rights of appeal and testing them in the FTT
- Section 120 notices
- Plotting an appeal strategy – fresh issues, Home Office consent to raise new matters, and arguments inside and outside the Rules
- Further representations, fresh claims, and certification
- Non-suspensive appeals: a new era post-Kiarie?
We deal with asylum appeals relatively briefly as those represent a specific area of casework and we have specialist courses addressing international protection generally.