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This key title is designed as an accessible guide to the law and procedure relating to asylum and human rights cases. In particular it shows the importance of adopting a best practice in presenting such claims to the Home Office, and emphasises the tactics and advocacy involved in appeals before adjudicators, the Immigration Appeal Tribunal and the Higher Courts. The content covers case law, as well as the main changes under the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 and the Immigration and Asylum Appeals (Procedure) Rules 2003. The full text of the Act and the Procedure Rules are included in the appendices.
Reprint of ISBN 9780406967701