Tier 2 and TOEIC

Danielle Cohen
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Danielle Cohen has over 20 years of experience as a lawyer and a reputation for offering professional, honest and expert advice.
8 April 2019

We acted for a national of Bangladesh in his appeal against the Home Office decision to refuse his application for leave to remain as a Tier 2 migrant (now replaced by the Skilled Worker visa).  The Home Office alleged that our client fraudulently obtained a TOEIC certificate from an Education Testing Service by the use of a proxy test taker and refused the application under the discretionary grounds of refusal.

Our client strongly refuted the allegations and, having attended Court, the appeal was allowed.