by Glotee Limited
The Home office introduces a new policy on False representation by Applicant published on 20 September 2019. It appears that the context of false representation is categorised under the general provisions of Public policy in her consideration; the following will be Subject to the requirement of dishonest conduct which must be serious to rely on public policy grounds, other examples include, but are not limited to: • fraudulently claiming benefits or otherwise defrauding the benefits system • providing false details to obtain an official document, such as a driving licence or passport Facilitating or participating in a sham marriage would also be likely to meet the threshold.
14th October 2019
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