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Fresh Claims

When a human rights or asylum claim has been refused, withdrawn, or treated as withdrawn and any appeal relating to that claim is no longer pending, the Home Office will consider any further submissions and, if rejected, will then determine whether they amount to a fresh claim. The submissions will amount to a “fresh claim” if they are significantly different from the material that has previously been considered. The submissions will only be significantly different if the content:

  • (i) had not already been considered; and
  • (ii) taken together with the previously considered material, created a realistic prospect of success, notwithstanding its rejection.

Kommand Travel can assist in reviewing Home Office decisions to determine whether a new claim can be made based on new evidence.