IMA files skeleton argument in judicial review claim against Home Office

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The Independent Monitoring Authority for the Citizens’ Rights Agreements (IMA) has filed its skeleton argument in its ongoing judicial review claim against the Home Office.

This is available to read via the IMA’s website.

The IMA considers that the Home Office’s position that citizens who fail to either apply for settled status, or re-apply for pre-settled status, before the expiry of their pre-settled status automatically lose their rights is unlawful.

Further information can be found in the IMA’s previously published press release and its statement of facts and grounds which are both available on the IMA’s website.

This case is currently listed for hearing in the High Court in London on 1 and 2 November 2022.