Chambers Responds to Proposals to Hike Immigration & Asylum Tribunal Fees

In April 2016, the Ministry of Justice launched a consultation inviting responses on their proposals for measures affecting the First-Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chambers) and Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) - these proposals suggested a sharp increase in fees to access these tribunals and/or the introduction of such fees where they may not already exist.


You can read our Chambers' response to the consultation was submitted to the Ministry of Justice below:

Chambers Response to Immigration/Asylum Tribunal Fees Consultation
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Chambers Launches Petition To Reform Adult Dependant Relative Rule

Chambers has launched an online petition seeking reform of the Immigration Rule on adult dependant relatives following refusal of a 92 year old client who now faces removal. Please show your support and sign the petition - please circulate it as widely as you can.


Thanks to the Sunday Express and ITV for press coverage and support of the campaign.


See all the latest press and support for this on Twitter.

Chambers in the News

Jan Doerfel discusses the particular effects of the abolition of appeal rights and need for Administrative Review on the Turkish Community and Ankara Agreement Applications by an editorial in Londra Gazete (see pages 7 & 12 of Issue 767 - 12 November 2015). 


We are proud to announce the opening of our Newcastle office in December 2015 serving the North of England.


Watch this space for more news about the launch date and events.