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Academic progress in Tier 4 applications

The Court of Appeal has ruled in Pokhriyal v SSHD [2013] EWCA Civ 1568 that “academic progress”, as one of the requirements for extension of stay for Tier 4 General migrants, is a matter to be assessed by the academic institution.

CAS issued to a student is a confirmation of “academic progress” even if the college had failed to explicitly confirm this in the CAS.

The ruling may assist Tier 4 migrants whose application for extension of stay was rejected for failure to show academic progress.

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