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Blogs: Immigration and Asylum
Author: Barristers in the immigration team at Garden Court Chambers
Updates and commentary on immigration and asylum law.
Tribunal gives guidance on revocation of deportation orders after 10 years
Update from first volunteers for Athens Legal Support Project
Book review: Nationality and Statelessness in the International Law of Refugee Status by Eric Fripp
New EEA(PR) application form guidance published
Calling evidence “self serving” not sufficient reason for disregarding it
Tribunal finds Home Office has wrongly issued British passports to EU citizens and their children
Supreme Court refuses damages to refugee wrongly prosecuted for illegal entry
Reference made to CJEU on extended family members, Surinder Singh and appeal rights
Author: EIN members
A platform where EIN members can post opinions, commentary or analysis on immigration and asylum law.
In the Courts: NE-A (Nigeria) v SS Home Department  EWCA Civ 239
How will the Home Office approach medical cases post Paposhvili?
EEA nationals of Self-Sufficiency, what does it mean and what are the Rules?
Court of Appeal rules on Home Secretary's duty of candour
Parents' immigration history is relevant to whether it's reasonable to remove settled children from UK
Case Comment: Hesham Ali (Iraq) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 60
Minimum income requirements for spousal visas are lawful, but breach duty to safeguard children
When no good deed goes unpunished
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
Brexit – Trust is hard earned and easily lost for EU citizens in the UK
Immigration Update: Government announces immigration fees increase with effect from 6 April 2017
Will EU nationals have a human right to continue to reside in the UK after Brexit?
St Patrick was a Welsh expat - and London Irish are still special!
Immigration update - new statement of changes to the Immigration Rules
Immigration update - How will triggering Article 50 impact employers of EU nationals?
What is behind the so called “tit-for-tat” EU and US visa spat?
Immigration update: Immigration skills charge to be introduced on 6 April 2017
Publisher: Richmond Chambers LLP
Upper Tribunal again emphasises the importance of Home Office Guidance
Changes to the Tier 4 Student category
More changes to Tier 1 of the Points-Based System
Upcoming Changes To Tier 2 Immigration Rules
Changes to family migration and visit rules announced
New Opportunity For Members Of The Immigration Bar
Richmond Chambers shortlisted for Foreign Direct Investment Award
Making an Application for Exceptional Talent/Promise to the Arts Council
News, case analysis and commentary on immigration, asylum and nationality law.
The Principles of Staying Proceedings in IJR
‘The Duty of the CPS is to the Public’: Article 8 and Prosecuting Refugees for False Documents
Case Preview: SM (Algeria) (Appellant) v Entry Clearance Officer, UK Visa Section (Respondent)
Deception and the Immigration Rules: Dishonesty is Necessary for a Document to be ‘False’
Lex Loci Celebrationis and Proxy Marriage in English Law
‘Insurmountable Obstacles’ and ‘Exceptional Circumstances’ Tests Approved by Supreme Court
Supreme Court: MIR is Lawful
‘Sub-optimal’ Supplementary Decision Letters Are Lawful