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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.…

Where do Afghanistan’s refugees go?

By Tazreena Sajjad via The Conversation, 24 August 2021
Images of thousands of Afghans desperately trying to flee their country following a hasty U.S. withdrawal have provoked an international outcry. As of Aug. 22, 2021, some 6,000 U.S. troops were working to evacuate U.S. military, American citizens and Afghans who are approved for Special…

Switching immigration category while present in the UK

By Gary McIndoe, Latitude Law, 17 August 2021
Switching from one immigration category to another, from inside the UK, is not always straightforward. Certain routes allow you to stay in the UK under the Immigration Rules by switching visa category, whilst others do not. The updated Points-Based System (PBS), introduced at the end of…

UK asylum policy after Brexit

By Sarah Overton, UK in a Changing Europe, 12 August 2021
Since the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020, the EU's Common European Asylum System (CEAS) no longer applies to the UK. The government has now introduced its Nationality and Borders Bill to reform the UK's asylum system. This explainer sets out the UK's pre-Brexit…
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