So, has a High Court Judge really gone ahead and done what the Home Office has been wanting them to do these past months, ie indicate some sort of or indeed wholesale “departure ” from current country guidance AA (Article 15(c)) (Rev 1) Iraq CG UKUT 544 (IAC)?
I am sure your Bail Section received several bail applications on 20 September 2017…….and before that. In light of how events have unfolded these last few days, I might not be in error in drawing a conclusion that some bail applicants might be in a predicament- terribly distressed and frustrated having pending bail applications submitted over a week ago yet without any hearing notice in sight.
Considering how much the Home Office charge in relation to applications for leave to remain, the recent expansion of the categories of those who can apply for a fee waiver, at first blush seemingly considerate, should be viewed with suspicion.
It was in 2005, when a Zimbabwean claimant came to the office clutching two determinations promulgated by different Immigration Judges. Please help me, he said in a panic, I won my appeal on the basis of my medical condition, but now that decision has just been overturned by a Senior Judge. His own legal representative had informed him that day that there were was nothing further that could be done to assist him.