Appeal against deprivation of citizenship allowed

C3, C4,C C7 v Secretary of State for the Home Department SC/167/2020

The Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) has today given judgment in C3, C4 and C7 v SSHD, an appeal against the Secretary of State’s decision to deprive C3, C4 and C7 of their British citizenship. Allowing their appeal, SIAC found that the decision to deprive C3, C4 and C7 of their citizenship breached s.40(4) of […]

SIAC quashes expulsion decisions due to failure to give applicants an opportunity to respond to reasons that had been given previously in open

Farooq & Anor v SSHD SN/7/2014

This was an application for a review of the decisions by the SSHD to exclude the applicants from the UK. In 2009 they were suspected of having committed offences under the Terrorism Act 2006 and the SSHD served them with a deportation notice in Apr 2009. The applicants returned to Pakistan voluntarily on Sept 2009 […]

SIAC rules SSHD’s decision to strip British/Sudanese dual national of British citizenship as lawful and not an abuse of power

L1 v Secretary Of State For The Home Department [2014] UKSIAC SC_100_2010

The appellant was a dual British and Sudanese national, and has spent much of the last 7 years in Sudan. At a time when the SSHD knew the appellant to be in the Sudan she took the decision to deprive him of his British citizenship. She took the decision when the appellant was outside the […]

Closed material in the course of the SIAC appeal

L1 v SSHD (2013), SIAC

SIAC will receive closed material in the course of the SIAC appeal because it clearly was the meaning of the Court of Appeal, and the court saw clear advantages to both sides in the capacity of the Commission, to examine the closed material.