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By Emma Carmel via The Conversation, 12 September 2017
The UK government has an in-tray piled high with tricky policy issues related to Brexit. Among the trickiest is how Britain’s rickety and complicated immigration system will manage the wholesale transformation of immigration status for millions of current and future residents. The leak of a...
By Ben Amunwa, Law mostly, 30 August 2017
The Court of Appeal has dismissed a challenge to the Upper Tribunal's application of the 'integration test' in the case of AS v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2017] EWCA Civ 1284. Background Judges use the integration test to decide whether a person who is to be removed (...
By Ben Amunwa, Law mostly, 15 August 2017
Claimants and Defendants in judicial review claims should be familiar with this new Court guide or they could face adverse costs consequences. In this post, Law mostly gives you a comparative analysis of the key changes from last year's guide. The Administrative Court has issued updated...
By Latitude Law, 31 July 2017
Following the decision in MM (Lebanon) & Others v SSHD [2017] UKSC 10, new Immigration Rules have been drafted to explain what sources of income can be used by a family wanting to live together in the UK. Those rules are not straightforward, with some details which may still catch out a visa...
By Jonathan Metzer, UK Human Rights Blog, 13 July 2017
R (Kiarie) v Secretary of State for the Home Department; R (Byndloss) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2017] UKSC 42: The Government's flagship scheme to deport foreign criminals first and hear their appeals later was ruled by the Supreme Court to be incompatible with the...
By Ben Amunwa, Law mostly, 5 July 2017
Inspectors from the Independent Monitoring Board ('IMB') at Heathrow Immigration Removal Centre ('HIRC') have issued their report covering 2016. Thanks to the Immigration Lawyers Practitioners Association for circulating it. The IMB report shines a spotlight on the often miserable...
By Max McClellan, Danielle Cohen, 3 July 2017
Anecdotal evidence suggests an increase in the numbers of asylum claims in the UK based on sexual orientation and gender identity. As legal practitioners, we are seeing disturbing trends and inconsistencies in Home Office decisions on LGBT asylum claims, especially the claims of young gay men. Are...
By Katya Ivanova, Georgiana Turculet, LSE Brexit blog, 13 June 2017
Last month the Dutch national Monique Hawkins, who made headlines after the initial rejection of her permanent residency application, was granted UK citizenship. But securing her status to live and work in the UK irrespective of the outcome of Brexit negotiations has come at a price. Hawkins may...
By Coops Law, 6 June 2017
An EEA family permit can make entering the UK a smooth and swift process, if you are eligible. There are a few basic requirements which you must meet before you can go through the steps to apply for an EEA family permit and complete the documents to make an application. You would apply if you are...
By Sarah Jane Ewart, UK Human Rights Blog, 5 June 2017
Advocate General Bot has released his Opinion on a test case regarding the freedom of movement rights of dual citizens resident in the UK under EU law, after a reference for a preliminary ruling from the High Court in Lounes v SS of the Home Department [2016] EWCH 436 (Admin). The Facts: Ms...
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