SB v Secretary of State for the Home Department




This is an appeal to the Court of Appeal arguing that the Upper Tribunal was wrong to hold (1) that third-party support could not be relied on in the absence of ‘spare’ funds ringfenced for the Appellant and Sponsor’s sole use; and (2) that the Appellant’s use of the NHS meant she was not ‘financially independent’ for the purposes of s117B(3) of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002.

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