Further Submissions: So Are the Home Office Serious About Making Failed Asylum Seekers Submit Charged Applications In Non – Protection based Human Rights Claims?

The Home Office published a new policy on 19 February 2016 as regards Further Submissions from failed asylum claimants.  There still  remains the general requirement   for claimants  to  submit their  further submissions in person  at Liverpool( subject to certain exceptions),  however  a new stated Policy Intention has been  published.   This  includes relevantly, requiring protection based further submissions from failed asylum seekers to be made in person in Liverpool.  Further submissions on non-protection human rights grounds  are  required to be made by means of a valid charged  application by post to the Home Office.

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