The woman at the centre of a landmark citizenship case claims the ruling against her breaches the Good Friday Agreement.
Emma DeSouza applied for a residence card for her US-born husband to live and work in Northern Ireland.
It was rejected on the grounds she is seen as a British citizen despite identifying as Irish under the Good Friday Agreement.
Emma DeSouza contests the ruling by an Immigration Commission that means she is considered British despite being born in the North.
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