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Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

Section 88: Appeal upheld by the Immigration Services Tribunal

254.This section gives the Immigration Services Tribunal certain powers when it allows an appeal against a decision of the Commissioner. For example, in an allowed appeal against the decision of the Commissioner to refuse an application for registration or continuation of registration, it may direct the Commissioner to register the applicant if appropriate with a limitation on the applicant’s registration.

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