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Tribunal

Asylum, Human Rights and Immigration Appeals hearings are heard in the Asylum and Immigration Chamber, which is independent from the Home Office. There are two tribunals, the First-Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal. If you think the First-Tier Tribunal made an error of law in the way your case was decided, you can apply for permission to appeal in the Upper Tribunal. The Upper Tribunal also now hears most judicial reviews in asylum and immigration cases in England and Wales.

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Tribunal

Asylum, Human Rights and Immigration Appeals hearings are heard in the Asylum and Immigration Chamber, which is independent from the Home Office. There are two tribunals, the First-Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal. If you think the First-Tier Tribunal made an error of law in the way your case was decided, you can apply for permission to appeal in the Upper Tribunal. The Upper Tribunal also now hears most judicial reviews in asylum and immigration cases in England and Wales.

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