In our latest contribution to the Free Movement blog Iain Halliday considers the case of Bhavsar (late application for PTA: procedure)  UKUT 196 (IAC), a case which concerned the procedure in the First-tier Tribunal when an application for permission to appeal is received after the 14 day deadline. The Upper Tribunal held that the correct approach in such cases is for the First-tier Tribunal to refuse to admit the application rather than considering and refusing permission to appeal. The applicant will then have another opportunity to explain the reason for the delay in their application to the Upper Tribunal.
For a more detailed look at the case, read the full Free Movement post here - https://www.freemovement.org.uk/upper-tribunal-sets-new-procedure-for-missed-appeal-deadlines/
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