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Appealing UK Spouse Visa refusals

By Damon Culbert, Immigration Advice Service, 06 June 2018
The UK Spouse Visa is one of the most common visa types applied for in the UK. The number granted last year was higher than any other settlement visa (after students). Yet it’s also one of the most difficult to receive, owing to the strict requirements imposed upon it – including a £18,…

Article 8 After Agyarko: The Correct Approach

By Asad Ali Khan, 04 June 2018
TZ (Pakistan) and PG (India) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2018] EWCA Civ 1109 (17 May 2018) These appeals were heard after the Supreme Court's decision in R (Agyarko) [2017] UKSC 11 (see here) which made it clear that the scheme established by the overhauled Immigration…

What does Brexit mean for thousands of EU nationals settled in the UK?

By Woodgrange Solicitors, 29 May 2018
Since the UK’s announcement to exit EU, there have been many reports about how Brexit will affect business and the economy and what its impact will be on the United Kingdom. Recently, a report has been provided by Migration Observatory that shows how Brexit will impact the EU nationals…

Changes to time limits for seeking permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal

By Ben Amunwa, Law mostly, 21 May 2018
Lawyers should ensure that their clients are not caught out by quiet amendments to the First-tier Tribunal procedure rules, that make an already tight deadline for permission to appeal applications even tighter in immigration and asylum cases. On 14 May 2018, the Tribunal Procedure…

Home Office deportation targets show how Britain's immigration system is harmful by design

By Victoria Canning and Monish Bhatia via The Conversation, 27 April 2018
April has been a month of turbulence for the Home Office. The aftermath of the Windrush exposé has shaken British politics to its core. But it's now that Amber Rudd faces the biggest challenge of her role as home secretary to date, after admitting that her department had internal regional…

The EU citizens at risk of failing to secure 'settled status' after Brexit

By Madeleine Sumption, University of Oxford, via The Conversation, 13 April 2018
The government has committed to ensuring that all EU citizens living in the UK will still have the right to do so after Brexit. Our latest research from the Migration Observatory says that in practice, it won’t be that easy. Most of the 3.6m EU citizens and their family members should…

Prolonged arrival: The route to settlement is winding & grinding

By Megan Wong and Fabien Cante, Migrants' Rights Network, 10 April 2018
MRN's Route to Your Rights project sought to document the challenges that migrants face in settling in the UK. The stories collected through interviews with both migrants and support workers show how difficulties linked to immigration administration, housing and employment often reinforce…
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