The Upper Tribunal considered the stateless provisions under part 14 of the immigration rules for the first time and found the SSHD had both erred in law and breached policy.

Judgement: Semeda, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (statelessness; Pham applied) (IJR) [2015] UKUT 658 (IAC) (21 October 2015)

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05.01.16

Important statelessness ruling (Semeda)

In a recent Judicial review decision (handed down on 21 October 2015) the Upper Tribunal considered the stateless provisions under part 14 of the immigration rules for the first time and found the SSHD had both erred in law and breached policy. The judgment in this case was was published on BAILII at the end of 2015.