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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.
FTT slapped down for ignoring Immigration Rules in deportation case
Strasbourg dismisses compensation claim for not allowing asylum seeker to work
Domestic violence cases can attract a right of appeal, says High Court
Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) visas doubled to 2,000 per year
Immigration and the Budget
Ministers still struggle with meaning of “indefinite” detention
The Home Office continues to unlawfully impose curfews
Immigration minister: bank accounts could be wrongly frozen for a year
Author: EIN members
A platform where EIN members can post opinions, commentary or analysis on immigration and asylum law.
Case update: Recent court decisions affecting EU nationals
The emergence of the notion of the “vulnerable refugee”
Ending restrictions on family reunification: good for refugees, good for host societies
Changes to Minimum Income Requirements
Immigration Tribunal can re-open regulator's disciplinary findings
Annual address to the UNHCR Executive Committee on international protection
Budding entrepreneur or world leading talent – what type of business visa do you need?
Home Office leak: an expert reviews the proposed Brexit immigration system
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
#Brexit: Latest proposals for EU citizens living in the UK
KN Global immigration update - October 2017
Free movement is our right. Don’t give it up.
Banks required to carry out 70 million immigration checks every quarter
KN Global immigration update - September 2017
Brexit and relocating with children overseas – mind the immigration and family law gaps
KN Global immigration update - August 2017
Will changes to the immigration rules still present a challenge for spouses to live together?
Publisher: Richmond Chambers LLP
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News, case analysis and commentary on immigration, asylum and nationality law.
An ‘Important Milestone’: The Judgment in Lounes
Appeal Rights and EFMs: The End of Sala
Deceptive Criminal from Sierra Leone Triumphs on Citizens’ Directive in Court of Appeal
AG Bot: No Coverage for Mental Illness and Past Torture under the Qualification Directive
AG Szpunar: Permanent Residence is Necessary for Enhanced Protection against Expulsion
Article 8 and Entry Clearance: Court of Appeal Confirms the Approach in Mostafa
Article 8 and Entry Clearance: No Obligation under ECHR to Allow Aliens to Pursue a Private Life
Drug Dealing and Deportation: No Sympathy in Strasbourg for Settled Nigerian Criminal