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Issues regarding interpretation of immigration legislation have already been settled at appellate level

By: James Cross BL

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High Court refuses application for leave to appeal the decision refusing judicial review of proposal to deport, on the grounds that the issues raised regarding the interpretation of applicable immigration legislation have already been settled at appellate level.

Asylum and immigration – judicial review - application for leave to appeal – High Court refused relief in challenge to proposal to deport – principles governing applications for leave to appeal – issues regarding the interpretation of the Immigration Act, 2004 have already been settled at appellate level – leave to appeal refused.

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