Expedition, Reconsideration of EEA applications and EEA Appeal Rights under the 2016 Regulations

Following an adverse decision being made by the Home Office, an affected person may be torn between re-applying for residence documentation, requesting reconsideration or appealing an EEA decision.  In practice however, requesting that the Home Office re-consider a decision made on deportation grounds, rather than submit an appeal would be pure folly: the Home Office are very likely to maintain the same negative decision and most importantly, the failure to appeal would likely leave the EEA national or their family member subject to deportation without any other viable alternative remedy and liable to imminent removal.

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