Immigration Advisers Licensing Act 2007

  • This version was reprinted on 20 May 2016 to make corrections to sections 8(3), 9(2), 10(c), 12(6), 16(a), 47(2)(a), 67(4), 79(c), 89(3), 90(3)(b), and 92(8)(b)(i) and (10)(c) under section 25(1)(i), (j)(ii) and (j)(iii) of the Legislation Act 2012.

Appeals against decisions of Registrar and Tribunal

81 Right of appeal


A person may appeal to a District Court against any of the following decisions:


a decision of the Registrar to refuse to license the person as an immigration adviser:


a decision of the Registrar to grant the person a limited or a provisional licence only, rather than a full licence:


a decision of the Tribunal to cancel or suspend the person’s licence:


any other decision of the Tribunal imposing on the person a sanction of a kind referred to in section 51(1)(a) to (i):


a decision of the Tribunal to reject an appeal under section 55.


An appeal under this section must be made by giving notice of appeal within—


20 working days after the date on which notice of the decision was communicated to the person concerned; or


any further time that a District Court may allow on application made before or after the expiration of that period.