Where a public body has made a decision against an individual which could be deemed as unfair or outside the scope of the powers of that body, there is a possibility the decision may be set aside following a judicial review. this mechanism also applies to immigration matters where for example, decisions of the Refugee Appeals Tribunal may be judicially reviewed.

The right to a Judaical review is not automatic and certain criteria must first be met before a court will consider reviewing a decision.

If you require advice regarding a judicial review or if you have a general immigration law query; contact us to arrange a consultation.

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