Practice areas
Civil, Immigration

Amarjit is an experienced member of Chambers practising in public law and can accept instructions on a public access basis.

Amarjit has over 10 years’ experience in all areas of human rights, immigration, nationality, and asylum work, and will undertake both privately and publicly funded cases. She is able to speak Punjabi and has some understanding of Urdu and Hindi.

Amarjit covers a wide range of areas, including Points Based System appeals, Appendix FM, paragraph 276ADE, EEA, legacy exercise, complex Article 8 claims, children, deportation, asylum and entry clearance appeals. She has lectured on automatic deportation and long residence applications.

Amarjit has a particular interest in judicial review. She has been successful in securing positive results following the submission of judicial review applications. Recent work includes issues of delay, removal, the legacy exercise, certification, fresh claims, health cases, Article 8 ECHR and disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act/Data Protection Act. She has been granted permission in a judicial review claim involving arguments under the legacy exercise.

Amarjit is happy to undertake work at all levels and regularly appears in appeal hearings before the Upper Tribunal and First-Tier Tribunal.

Amarjit welcomes general enquiries through her clerks and is happy to advise on applications.

Amarjit undertakes advisory and advocacy work in personal injury litigation, representing both claimants and defendants. Among other work of interest, she successfully represented a teacher before a professional conduct panel.

Administrative Law Bar Association
Human Rights Lawyers Association
Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association
Middle Temple
Refugee Legal Group

Hindi and Urdu (some understanding)
French (basic)
Follow Amarjit on Twitter @amarjitseehra.

Related cases
AT (Sri Lanka) v SSHD [2014]: Judicial Review, Upper Tribunal granted permission in Sri Lankan asylum fresh claim
AP (Sri Lanka) v SSHD [2014] EWCA Civ 1568: Permission application in Sri Lankan asylum claim
R (SS) v SSHD [2014]: Judicial review permission granted on papers where child’s best interests and applicant’s long residence not properly considered.
QT v ECO [2014]: Successful challenge in the Upper Tribunal to a decision involving issues of sole responsibility, exclusion of post-decision evidence and unfairness.
R (SS) v SSHD [2013]: Legacy case. Permission granted at an oral hearing. Subsequently granted indefinite leave to remain.
ECO v Attafuah [2002] UKIAT 05922

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