Immigration – Leave to remain. The respondent Secretary of State had been right to rejected the appellant Nigerian national's application for leave to remain as a Tier 4 (General) student, absent exceptional circumstances and because his proposed course of study had been due to start more than 28 days after he had become an overstayer. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, further found that the Secretary of State had correctly refused his application for leave to remain on the basis of family and private life, and certified it as clearly unfounded.