Certifications under Section 94 and 96 of the Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002

Certifications under Section 94 and 96 of the Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002
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In this session we will look at the following –

  • Challenging asylum certifications under s.94 of the Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002
  • Challenging human rights certifications under s.94
  • Challenging delay certifications under s.96 of the 2002 Act
  • Consider useful case law
  • Analysis of UKVI Policy Guidance and how to best make use of this
  • Practical tips and examples

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Learning objectives:

Being able to challenge a certified claim is essential for most immigration and asylum practitioners. A large number of claims are certified on clearly unfounded grounds and some on the grounds of delay under sections 94 and 96 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002. By the end of this session practitioners will be better equipped to deal with these refusals and to successfully prevent and argue against these decisions.

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Priya Solanki

Barrister • One Pump Court

Priya is a busy and experienced specialist in immigration and asylum law. She is frequently instructed in appeals against decisions of the First-Tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal, and in judicial reviews and administrative review challenges against decisions of the Secretary of State. She is recommended by Legal 500.

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