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What kind of evidence supports an H&C application?

An H&C application cannot succeed without supporting evidence. The kind of evidence needed depends on the facts of the case.

The lawyer preparing the H&C application can suggest what evidence is most useful and how a front-line worker can help an applicant collect it.

Evidence that might help support an application could include letters, reports and records, and other evidence about the applicant's situation, including evidence about hardship or difficulties the applicant would face in their country of origin.



Last updated: Apr 14, 2016

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