KS (Allegations by respondent: proof required?) Pakistan  UKAIT 00171
ASYLUM AND IMMIGRATION TRIBUNAL
Date of hearing: 02.11.2005
Date Determination notified: 21 November 2005
John Freeman (a senior immigration judge)
David Taylor (an immigration judge)
|Secretary of State for the Home Department||RESPONDENT|
DETERMINATION AND REASONS
This case is reported on the question of what weight is to be given to allegations in a notice of refusal, where particulars and supporting evidence have neither been supplied nor asked for.
You have supplied a package of documents (bank statement; to support your application from Kotli. We have received the exact same documents in this office from over 40 applicants in the previous 2 weeks. They were in the same format and contained the same grammatical errors. I know that these documents are being produced solely for the purpose of this application. I put this to you at interview and eventually you admitted that you sought these documents from your father after you had applied for the course. You continued to insist that the documents were genuine.
This transparent attempt at forgery seriously undermine your entire application. I am therefore not satisfied that you are able to meet the costs of the course and maintain and accommodate yourself without recourse to employment or public funds.
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