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Crimes of Arrival in the Nationality and Borders Bill

By Adrian Berry, Cosmopolis, 06 October 2021
Introduction The Nationality and Borders Bill further criminalises people coming to the UK to seek asylum. It does so by switching the emphasis from 'entering' the UK to 'arriving' in the UK. The difference is significant. Together with a combination of other powers, it means that people…

If my child is British, can I stay in the UK?

By Amar Ali, Reiss Edwards, 01 October 2021
If you are a foreign national with a British child and have made the decision to move to the UK, it is vital that you understand the immigration options available to you. Under the UK's immigration rules, the principal visa route for foreign nationals who want to join their family members…

Revival of section 3C leave approved by Court of Appeal

By Asad Ali Khan, 13 September 2021
R (Akinola & Anor) v Upper Tribunal & Anor [2021] EWCA Civ 1308 (26 August 2021) In these judicial review proceedings, the Court of Appeal decided that in circumstances where an extension of time had been granted for an out-of-time appeal against the refusal of an application to…

EU migrants continue to fall through the cracks – and into the hands of traffickers

By Siso Sibanda, 1 Absolute Adviser, 06 September 2021
The EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) has been fraught with difficulty since its inception. Now, it is tangled with a backlog of applications and delays reaching up to a year, not to mention fears that thousands still may not have applied despite the deadline coming to a close on 30 June.…
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