QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COURT
B e f o r e :
|THE QUEEN ON THE APPLICATION OF SHAHHOSSEINI HOSSEIN||(CLAIMANT)|
|THE IMMIGRATION APPEAL TRIBUNAL||(DEFENDANT)|
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MISS J ANDERSON (instructed by the Treasury Solicitors) appeared on behalf of the DEFENDANT
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"I do accept that the Appellant is a citizen of Iran. I also accept that he has travelled widely, particularly in the years immediately before his departure from Iran. I also accept that he and his family travelled by air from Iran to the UK on 12th October 2002. All else I reject."
"An application for leave to appeal shall be made by serving upon the Tribunal the appropriate prescribed form which shall -
"(a) be signed by the appellant or his representative (if he has one);
"(b) be accompanied by the Adjudicator's determination;
"(c) identify the alleged errors of fact or law in the Adjudicator's determination which would have made a material difference to the outcome, together with all the grounds relied on for the appeal; and
"(d) state whether a hearing of the appeal is desired."
"The Tribunal shall not be required to consider any grounds other than those included in that application."
"Applications must set out all the grounds relied on. Only those grounds will normally be considered by the tribunal when deciding whether to grant leave to appeal. Further grounds will not be considered. Accordingly, parties should not serve notices of appeal which indicate grounds will follow but must decide before serving their notice what grounds they wish to rely on."