Home Office visa refusal for Gaza families branded ‘unreasonable’ by UK judges

LONDON: Judges in the UK have ruled that Home Office decisions not to process reunion applications by two families in Gaza without biometric data are “irrational and unreasonable,” and based on guidelines contradicting international humanitarian law.

At an immigration tribunal on April 4, the judges said the Home Office’s stance over the two families contravene their “rights to respect for private and family life.”

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