Great James Street Chambers
Great James Street’s Chengetai Mupara returns with yet another insightful breakdown of an essential immigration law topic, this time concentrating on immigration cases and judicial law, in particular discussing:
- Abuse of process
- Time limits
- Certification under the 2002 Act
- Factors to be considered
- Fresh claims under the Immigration Rules – Paragraph 353
- FEEA-related applications
- Detention, search warrants and type of leave granted
- Unlawful detention
- Cart judicial review
- Settlement and costs
EEA Regulations 2016
Chengetai’s passion for advocacy and human rights started from a very young age. He started off as a pro-democracy campaigner, student activist and a human rights defender in Zimbabwe.
He now has a busy practice and regularly appears in the First-tier Tribunal (“FTT”) and Upper Tribunal of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber, County Court, Crown Court and Magistrates’ Courts.