Special Immigration Appeals Commission finds refusal of British citizenship unfair
20.04.16 (ZG and SA) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department
The Special immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) has found that two refugees from Turkey were unfairly refused British nationality when their naturalisation decisions were refused in 2007.
Read the Open Judgement here.
The applicants complained that the Secretary of State had failed to give them a reasonable opportunity to address any concerns the Secretary of State had about their character prior to making the adverse naturalisation decisions.