If you have recently been refused a partner/spouse visa in the UK, you will no doubt be concerned about what will happen next. This is understandable as your future life, and that of your partner/spouse and children may be hinging on securing permission to live in the UK. Having…
HM Chief Inspector of Prisons finds conditions at Harmondsworth IRC below acceptable standards and vulnerable detainees are held for too long03 May 2021: New inspection report of Harmondsworth immigration removal centre published
UNHCR sets out its opposition to the Government’s New Plan for Immigration and publishes new report on the situation of stateless persons in the UK30 April 2021: UN Refugee Agency addresses some questions about proposed changes to UK asylum system
New Helen Bamber Foundation report provides a comprehensive overview of disability and the Refugee Convention27 April 2021: Report by Jennifer Blair and David Neale with valuable and practical guidance for practitioners, judges and decision-makers
Pro bono work has always garnered serious attention, but more so since the COVID-19 pandemic. During the pandemic lockdown, clients who were already vulnerable were having to endure harsher circumstances due to either not being able to work, leave their home, or engage with the…
R (On the Application of Hubert Howard (deceased, substituted by Maresha Howard Rose pursuant to CPR 19.2(4) and PD 19A)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 1023 (Admin) Hubert Howard was born in 1956 and came to the United Kingdom in 1960, aged almost 4…
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SI 2021 No. 488. The Regulations confer a power on the Secretary of State to designate persons who are, or have been, involved in serious corruption. Designated persons may be excluded from the United Kingdom and may be made subject to financial sanctions, including having their funds or…
Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (England) (Amendment) (No. 7) Regulations 2021
SI 2021 No. 150. These Regulations amend the Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (England) Regulations 2020 to introduce a new system of managed quarantine and mandatory testing. Coming into force 4.00 a.m. on 15th February 2021.
SI 2020 No. 1372. This Order gives effect to aspects of the EU Withdrawal Agreement, the EEA EFTA Separation Agreement and the Swiss Citizens’ Rights Agreement. Coming into force from 22nd December 2020.
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