Click here to read the full case.
Case involving Sponsor licensing unit. C, the College, sought judicial review of the D, Secretary of State’s, withdrawal of the Tier-4 sponsor licence. The issue was whether the D’s decision was irrational or unreasonable.
The Administrative Court dismissed the application, held that the Secretary of State had been entitled to be suspicious about the robustness of the C’s compliance with its duty to assess the English language ability of its students. She had been entitled to conclude that the Claimant had posed a serious risk to immigration control.