What grounds of appeal are accepted by the Immigration & Asylum Chamber?

What does it mean for a decision to not be in accordance with the rules?

How does the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 set out the grounds of appeal?

Section 84 of this Act outlines valid grounds of appeal to the Immigration & Asylum Chamber, which are:

According to section 86, the i mmigration & Asylum Chamber is legally bound to allow an appeal brought before it ‘in so far as it thinks that’ one of the above grounds of appeal is the case.

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