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The Ethical Decision-Making Model by the Home Office

By Danielle Cohen, 22 February 2023
We acted on behalf of a woman who came to the UK as a visitor from India in September 2021 and who has lived here with her son and his family. Her husband passed away and she came to stay with her son to be supported during the bereavement period, unsure as to the length of time she would…

Striking a balance on student migration to the UK

By Alan Manning, LSE British Politics and Policy, 14 February 2023
Net migration into the UK was 504,000 between June 2021 and June 2022, far higher than the previous record of 330,00. While the single biggest factor behind the rise in net migration was the new visas open to Ukrainians and BN(O) passport-holders from Hong Kong, it is the increase in the…

Asylum support rate increased after Home Secretary’s unlawful failings

By Ben Amunwa, Law mostly, 06 February 2023
[EIN note: This post was authored and published on 'Law, mostly' in December 2022] On 16 December 2022, following a one-day trial heard in the High Court in Manchester, Fordham J. made an eyebrow-raising order including declarations that the Home Secretary had unlawfully failed to review…

Logistics sector impacted by labour shortage as many return home

By Andrea Easton, Walker Movements, 26 January 2023
The implementation of a relatively hard Brexit signalled the end of freedom of movement between the UK and the EU. This hurt many of the industries that had come to rely on EU workers. The logistics industry was hit particularly hard. Brexit increased its workload while reducing its…

How to stay in the UK on completion of studies

By Helena Sheizon, Kadmos Consultants, 06 January 2023
If you've come here to study and liked it so much you now want to stay in the UK, here are some ideas that may help you overcome immigration barriers. There is the Long residence rule which allows one to get indefinite leave to remain after 1o years of continuous residence. Continuous…

Divisional Court upholds Government's Rwanda policy – an extended look

By Jonathan Metzer, UK Human Rights Blog, 20 December 2022
R ((AAA) Syria and Ors) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2022] EWHC 3230 (Admin) On 14th April of this year, the then-Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, announced a new 'Migration and Economic Development Partnership' between the UK Government and the Government of Rwanda to…
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