Immigration Advisers Complaints and Disciplinary Tribunal
PROTOCOL FOR COVID-19 PROTECTION
COVID-19 UPDATE 13 September 2022
1. While COVID-19 is in the community, the Tribunal will, as far as is reasonably practicable, operate in its usual manner.
2. Everyone who attends the Tribunal in person must comply with the health and safety requirements at the hearing facility.
3. In some cases, there will be a need to change (possibly at short notice) the way the Tribunal operates, including by conducting hearings entirely by video-link or telephone or by requiring that documents be emailed rather than posted or delivered.
4. Parties affected by any change to the Tribunal’s usual operating procedures will be advised of those changes and provided with information to ensure that they understand how their matter will be handled by the Tribunal.
5. This Protocol applies until revoked or modified by the Tribunal.
6. The Tribunal’s Protocol dated 26 May 2022 is revoked.
D J Plunkett
13 September 2022
The Immigration Advisers Complaints & Disciplinary Tribunal hears complaints against licensed immigration advisers. It also hears appeals against decisions made by the Immigration Advisers Authority.
Complaints are referred to the Immigration Advisers Complaints & DisciplinaryTribunal by the Immigration Advisers Authority.
If you have a complaint
If you have a complaint, you must contact the Immigration Advisers Authority first. They will then refer your complaint to the Immigration Advisers Complaints & Disciplinary Tribunal.
Immigration Advisers Authority website(external link)
You can appeal to the Immigration Advisers Complaints & Disciplinary Tribunal about a decision made by the Immigration Advisers Authority.
What other safety measures are in place?
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