The UK Supreme Court’s judgement in Alvi, given on 18 July 2012, established the following
‘Any requirement which, if not satisfied by the migrant, will lead to an application for leave to
enter or remain being refused is a rule within the meaning of section 3(2) [of the 1971 Immigration Act]’.
This means any requirements must be agreed by Parliament. This agreement is gained by putting the requirements into the Immigration Rules. After the Alvi judgement, it is unlawful to refuse an application on the basis of requirements not included in the Immigration Rules
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