Home Office concede that Kareem was wrongly decided.

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Home Office concede that Kareem was wrongly decided.

Postby Obie » Tue Dec 27, 2016 12:15 am

The Home Office has made a concession before the Court of Appeal that Kareem was wrongly decided.

In the case of Awuku .

Those who have had their appeals or application refused, should focus on this case and it's outcome.

Unlike in Sala where the Upper Tribunal asked that a friend of court be provided to deal with the contrary argument. The court of appeal asked for one to put both argument.

Those whose appeal hAve been dismissed on the basis that there is no evidence that the EU citizen''s state accept proxy marriage should focus on this and seek adjournment.

I have always thought that Kareem is not a good law, good that Home Office has finally seen that.
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Re: Hone Office concede that Kareem was wrongly decided.

Postby Fitfam » Tue Dec 27, 2016 1:33 am

This is very interesting.. obi.. when do you think the
Adjournment will be heard
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Re: Hone Office concede that Kareem was wrongly decided.

Postby Obie » Fri Dec 30, 2016 10:21 pm

Fitfam wrote:This is very interesting.. obi.. when do you think the
Adjournment will be heard


Your guess is as good as mine. All i can say is that Home Office has conceded that Kareem was not correctly decided, and for once i am in agreement with Home Office on that.

Kareem was so ridiculous, that no reasonable judges who focus their mind on the issues raised, would have come up with such decision.
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Re: Home Office concede that Kareem was wrongly decided.

Postby Fitfam » Fri Dec 30, 2016 10:44 pm

Nice point Obi.. am just wondering how the home office will decide any application on Proxy after this consesion and those on appeal that never been heard
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Re: Home Office concede that Kareem was wrongly decided.

Postby Obie » Fri Dec 30, 2016 10:51 pm

Well i guess you and your rep may just have to find out in court then.

Will be interesting .
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Re: Home Office concede that Kareem was wrongly decided.

Postby Fitfam » Fri Dec 30, 2016 11:05 pm

Dnt get you on this... I don't hv any rep or case in court..just contribute to what is on grounds that's all
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Re: Home Office concede that Kareem was wrongly decided.

Postby Obie » Fri Dec 30, 2016 11:08 pm

Thought you did.

Remembered you asking me question on the thread below so i assumed you had a case pending.

eea-route-applications/guidance-on-proxy-marriage-t220564.html#p1426019
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Re: Home Office concede that Kareem was wrongly decided.

Postby Fitfam » Fri Dec 30, 2016 11:19 pm

Ohh I get you, if u read through the that post you wil see that I said when i was going through the new guidance and I saw that home office still using Kareem Law while I read about cudjoe
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