Secretary of State for the Home Department v AQ (Nigeria) and others

Immigration – Appeal. The Secretary of State had ordered the deportation of the three respondents as foreign criminals. The First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) (FTT) had allowed their appeals based on their relationships with their children, who were British citizens. The Secretary of State's appeal had been dismissed. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, allowed the Secretary of State's appeal in two of the cases where the FTT had made a number of errors in the correct application of Pt 13 of the Immigration Rules (HC 395 as amended) to the circumstances. The third appeal was dismissed as the FTT had been entitled to find that the circumstances had been exceptional.

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