Home-Offices-Decision-To-Refuse-Entry-Clearance-Found-To-Be-Unlawful
March 02, 2020

Background Mr B was an Indian national and married to Mrs X, a British citizen born in the UK. Mr B initially arrived in the UK in 2009, having been granted a Tier 4 Student Visa, valid from 31 October 2009 to 28 January 2011, to study in the United Kingdom. After the expiry of…

EU-National-to-Enter-the-UK-Despite-her-Being-Refused-Entry-at-the-Border
February 19, 2020

Background Ms C, a national of Romania approached A Y & J Solicitors regarding being refused entry into the UK after being interviewed by Immigration Officers from the Border Force at Gatwick Airport. The answers she had provided during this interview formed the basis of refusal of admission. Ms C had worked as an escort…

How A Y & J Solicitors Assisted an EU National to Enter The UK Despite Her Being Refused Entry at The Border?
January 25, 2020

Background Ms C, a national of Romania approached A Y & J Solicitors regarding being refused entry into the UK after being interviewed by Immigration Officers from the Border Force at Gatwick Airport. The answers she had provided during this interview formed the basis of refusal of admission. Ms C had worked as an escort…

Affected-By-Paragraph-39E-–-Break-In-Continuous-Lawful-Residence,-Settlement-Application-Refused---Affected-By-Paragraph-39E
September 09, 2019

Background Mr. A, an Indian national, arrived in the UK in 2009 as a Tier 4 General Student.  Before the expiry of his leave, Mr. A extended his leave to remain as a Tier 4 General Student, valid until 2011.  Mr. A then extended his Tier 4 General Student visa, which was valid until 2014….

TOEIC-Deception-Appeal
July 16, 2019

The TOEIC scandal enabled the Home Office to deport thousands of Students and non-Students; many simply victims of the system.  While some of those affected have now left the UK having moved on with their lives, a good number of past TOEIC students are still having their applications refused due to allegations of an intention…

July 04, 2019

The ETS/TOEIC scandal came to light many years ago, however, the Home Office is still refusing some applicants who took the test on the basis they used a “proxy taker” to sit the test; thereby acting deceptively.  While some applicants were guilty, many were clearly not. Our client, Ms A first arrived in the UK…