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UK Border Agency starts consultation on immigration appeals process | Immigration Matters

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The UK Border Agency (UKBA) has published a consultation on proposed reforms to the immigration appeals process. The reforms are designed to “streamline the system”, according to the UKBA.

The Government believes that once fully implemented, the reforms could reduce the amount of time taken for asylum appeals by nine weeks.

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The consultation document Immigration appeals: Fair decisions, faster justice is on the UKBA website, together with details of how to respond to it. Responses should reach the UKBA no later than 16 October 2008.

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  1. Melany says :

    To Whom It May Concern,

    Please assist me with regards to the process and advice in connection with my visa outcome.

    My visa was denied and the decision that was made based on information provided. I am not sure where and how I can provide the information that was required in order for me to correct the negative outcome as I don’t feel the clearance officer made a fair decision because based on all the reasons he declined my visa I can provide evidence. I requested a holiday visa for 2 – 3 weeks that’s all. My sponsor lives in the UK. I recently lost my father (suicide) and really need this time out and the decision that was made was not fair. My heart is broken and I am not planning on staying in the UK I have enough evidence that will show that I have to come back. I am a good person all I am asking for is a holiday and please its not fair that I was denied this visa.

    Please will someone assist me, please it will mean the world to me.

    Thanks in advance…

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