||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 106 (Aug)
|| EWHC 2002 (Admin)
||Queen's Bench Division, Administrative Court
||Rima Baruah (instructed by LB & Co) for the claimant.
||Susan Chan (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the defendant.
||15 August 2008
Immigration - Leave to enter - Leave obtained by deception - Use of alternative names - Claimant being deported from United Kingdom having entered under different name - Claimant subsequently obtaining indefinite leave to remain, having certified that not known under other name - Secretary of State notifying claimant that liable to administrative removal on basis of deception - Whether justified - Whether evidence demonstrating claimant's use of other name.
Immigration Leave to enter. In the instant case, where the claimant, who was given notice that he was a person liable to administrative removal because he had obtained leave to remain in the United Kingdom by deception (having certified that he had not gone by any other names when he had previously been deported under a different name), the court dismissed his application for judicial review having heard evidence as to the issue of his identity and use of another name.
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