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By Colin Yeo, 26 October 2010
The Government intends to start charging fees to lodge immigration appeals, including asylum appeals. A 12 week public consultation has been launched. You can have your say and access the relevant documents here. The proposed fee levels are as follows: Around £65 for paper hearings in the...
By Mark Symes, 17 August 2010
Nothing quite gets the blood racing like this topic. So I thought I would briefly write about some aspects of the question. Firstly, of course, it must be appreciated that there is no such thing as an amnesty officially acknowledged. Such material as there is inhabits the blandly designated...
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