There is an increasing tendency by decision makers in entry clearance and leave to remain applications to place reliance on the general grounds for refusal. Minor offending, a history of overstaying combined with illegal working, minor omissions in application forms or in tax returns are just a few examples of acts triggering intervention under paragraph 320.
This course will:
- Review both the mandatory and discretionary aspects of the rules;
- Appraise the relevant guidance relating to the use of the same;
- Direct delegates to critical cases;
- Offer guidance on the preparation of applications and reviews where the mandatory grounds of refusal operate;
- Describe the proper approach to paragraph 320 (11) so as to better enable the preparation of applications
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