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13 results for: immigration
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The Court of Appeal has dismissed the Home Secretary’s appeal in Akinsanya, confirming that she misinterpreted UK law when setting the...
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This piece considers two recent decisions – one by the Court of Appeal (“CA”): D4 v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2022]...
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Since September 2020, hundreds of unaccompanied young people arriving in Kent have been detained by the Home Secretary for the purposes...
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In Silva v SSHD, 11 November 2021, the High Court declared that a decision to deport under the Immigration (European Economic Area)...
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R (on the application of Akinsanya) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2021] EWHC 1535 (Admin)What was this case about?The...
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In a fresh reversal for its long-standing practice of charging people large fees for various immigration-related processes, the Home...
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Mr Connor, a litigant in person, yesterday persuaded the High Court to strike down a benefit review rule as a breach of Article 6 of the...
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This week the House of Commons heard the second reading of the Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill 2020...
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How can the Home Office be prevented from withholding important information in immigration appeals? In Nimo (appeals: duty of disclosure)...
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In an earlier post a couple of weeks ago I suggested a way through the increasingly severe approach in cases where parents of British or...
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The Upper Tribunal’s ‘Presidential Guidance Note No 1 2020: Arrangements During The COVID-19 Pandemic’ envisages moving, in immigration...
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The law concerning harm to children in deportation cases has become bleak, but a recent decision of UT Judge Keith, posted on the UT’s...