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Immigration and Article 8: what did we learn in 2019?

By Michael Spencer, UK Human Rights Blog, 22 January 2020
Another year passes, with another series of higher court cases on human rights in the immigration context. As in previous years, the courts in 2019 were particularly concerned with Theresa May's attempts as Home Secretary to codify the Article 8 proportionality exercise into legislation.…

The Updated Home Office Policy for DNA Testing - How best to navigate the process

By Nicky Harding, DNA Legal, 21 January 2020
Completing your Home Office Immigration Visa or Passport application can be a complicated, stressful and time-consuming exercise often requiring additional documentation or verification of your identity, or even confirmation of a familial relationship. One simple solution often…

Occupational health and safety for migrant workers

By Peter Watson, Watson & Watson, 13 January 2020
Migrant workers are an essential source of labour for many UK firms across a whole range of industries, (particularly construction, agriculture and healthcare). Although Brexit has the potential to raise a host of questions about their work-related migration, it's probably safe to assume…

Four principles that should guide our future immigration system

By Esenam Agubretu, 31 December 2019
Boris Johnson's resounding victory in the recent election has been interpreted as a mandate for taking the UK out of the EU. A future immigration system stands prominent amongst the priorities for shaping the UK's post-Brexit future. Immigration has undeniably contributed to the economic…

Good Character and Breach of Immigration Laws

By Zarina Rahman, Richmond Chambers, 17 December 2019
One of the requirements in order to register or naturalise as a British Citizen is to be of 'good character'. This applies to anyone over the age of 10 at the date of application. This requirement has been discussed in detail in a previous blog post. This post looks at one aspect of good…

New Judgment: Patel v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2019] UKSC 59

By Matrix Legal Support Service, UK Supreme Court Blog, 16 December 2019
Patel v Secretary of State for the Home Department and Secretary of State for the Home Department v Shah [2019] UKSC 59: These appeals raised common issues regarding the scope of the Ruiz Zambrano v Office national de l'emploi (Case C-34/09) [2012] QB 265 ("Zambrano") principle which…

UK election 2019: how the main parties compare on immigration

By Erica Consterdine via The Conversation, 05 December 2019
Britain is heading to the polls for the fourth time in four years. Immigration dominated much of the 2015 general election and was at the heart of the referendum debate. With the manifestos out, it's time to reflect on what the parties propose on immigration. In essence, the…

Case Preview: DN (Rwanda): Lumba and Sequential Decisions

By Eleanor Mitchell, UK Supreme Court Blog, 29 November 2019
In October this year the Supreme Court heard the appeal in DN (Rwanda) – an important case which will take its place in the line of authority comprising Lumba [2011] UKSC 12 and Kambadzi [2011] UKSC 23. In particular, the Court's judgment will authoritatively determine the circumstances…

Vietnam’s Human Trafficking Problem Is Too Big to Ignore

By Thoi Nguyen, 12 November 2019
The tragic deaths of 39 Vietnamese in the U.K. shine a harsh light on Vietnam's longstanding problem of human trafficking. Human trafficking is a big problem in Vietnam. Men, women, and children are trafficked for many reasons, including for sexual and labor exploitation, domestic slavery…
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