Forms Under Immigration Judicial Review

T480 - Judicial review claim form

Notes for guidance are available which explain how to complete the judicial review claim form. Please read them carefully before you complete the form.

T482 - Judicial review, acknowledgment of service

This form should be used to awknowledge the service of Judicial Review. For example:

  1. I intend to contest all of the claim
  2. I intend to contest part of the claim
  3. I do not intend to contest the claim
  4. The respondent is the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the First Tier Tribunal and intends to make a submission
  5. The respondent is the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the First Tier Tribunal and does not intend to make a submission
  6. The respondent asks the Upper Tribunal to consider whether the outcome for the applicant would have been substantially different if the conduct complained of had not occurred (see s.16(3C) of the Tribunals, C ourts and Enforcement Act 2007)

T483 - Application for urgent consideration

This form must be completed by the Applicant or the Applicant’s advocate if exceptional urgency is being claimed and the application needs to be determined within a certain time scale.
The applicant, or the applicant’s solicitors must serve this form on the respondent(s) and any interested parties with the form T480 Judicial Review claim form.
To the Respondent(s) and Interested Party(ies) Representations as to the urgency of the claim may be made by respondents or  interested parties to the Upper Tribunal Immigration and Asylum Chamber by fax to 0870 324 0185. For fax numbers of Welsh and regional offices, see www.justice.gov.uk/tribunals/immigration asylum-upper

T484 - Application notice (Upper Tribunal Immigration and Asylum Chamber)

Upper Tribunal and Asylum Chamber is responsible for handling appeals against decisions made by the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum) relating to visa applications, asylum applications and the right to enter or stay in the UK.

Upper Tribunal and Asylum Chamber also handle applications for judicial review of certain decisions made by the Home Office, normally relating to immigration, asylum and human rights claims.

B1 - Application to be released on bail

You can apply whether you’re held in an immigration removal centre, a detention centre or a prison. You must be held on immigration matters.

Out of hours’ application (Queen's Bench Division)

Where counsel or solicitors are requested to complete an Out of Hours application form by the Out of Hours Duty Clerk this form should be emailed to QBDutyClerk@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk  Please do not send emails to this address unless the Out of Hours Duty Clerk has invited you to do so.

When making an out of hours application, applicants should bear in mind R (on the application of Hamid) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2012] EWHC 3070 (Admin).

If the judge makes a determination, whether or not your Out of Hours application is successful, in accordance with CPR 25APD4.5 you must file your Out of Hours application with the court the next working day, together with the application fee of £100. You should send the form and fee to the Royal Courts of Justice Fees Office. You must pay this fee in addition to any fee required for any other application/claim the judge directs you to issue.

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