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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.
New details on help for the Windrush generation
Number of migrants removed from UK continues to decline
Certification of accidental human rights claim upheld
Upper Tribunal time limits: clock starts to run when written decisions are *sent*
Brexit update: Javid letter reveals new details of settled status scheme
Tribunal opens door to awards of costs against Home Office for unreasonable behaviour
Tribunal caseworker powers expanded in new Practice Statement
“New streamlined service” for in-country applications announced
Author: EIN members
A platform where EIN members can post opinions, commentary or analysis on immigration and asylum law.
Changes to time limits for seeking permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal
Torture survivors and the Hostile Environment – how the Windrush scandal exposed the darkest corners of immigration policy
Home Office deportation targets show how Britain's immigration system is harmful by design
The EU citizens at risk of failing to secure 'settled status' after Brexit
Prolonged arrival: The route to settlement is winding & grinding
Sponsored worker restrictions – why are so many employers being refused permission to employ new staff from overseas?
The right of appeal against refusal of a residence card: where are we up to?
Labour: shifting the narrative on migration, from hostile to humane?
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
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Publisher: Richmond Chambers LLP
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News, case analysis and commentary on immigration, asylum and nationality law.
Undue Harshness and the Public Interest in Deportation
Parental Conduct and the Seven Year Rule
Reasonableness and the Seven Year Rule
‘Systemic Failure’: Second Appeals and Indemnity Costs
High Court on British Citizenship and Fact Finding
Medical Cases: Asylum, Torture and EU Law
Citizens’ Directive: Permanent Residence is a Prerequisite of Eligibility for Enhanced Protection
Appeal Rights and EFMs: The Opinion in Banger