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Law Resources: Immigration and Asylum

Electronic Immigration Network  

Charity providing information on UK immigration and refugee law, including immigration and asylum issues and case law from the European Union and selected documents from other English-speaking jurisdictions.

EUR-Lex: Summaries of EU Legislation: Justice, freedom and security  

The European Union's area of freedom, security and justice was created to ensure the free movement of persons and to offer a high level of protection to citizens. It covers policy areas that range from the management of the European Union’s external borders to judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters and police cooperation. It also includes asylum and immigration policies and the fight against crime (terrorism, organised crime, cybercrime, sexual exploitation of children, trafficking in human beings, illegal drugs, etc.). The creation of the area of freedom, security and justice is based on the Tampere (1999-04), Hague (2004-09) and Stockholm (2010-14) programmes. It derives from Title V of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, which regulates the “Area of freedom, security and justice”.

GOV.UK: UK Visas and Immigration  

Publisher: Home Office Immigration and Nationality Directorate  

Home Office: Immigration Rules  

Publisher: Home Office Immigration and Nationality Directorate  

Law Society: Immigration  

News, advice and information for immigration practitioners, including content on work permits and visas, workforce mobility and other legislative and regulatory changes, and student, asylum and publicly funded immigration issues.

Oxford University Press resources on refugee law  

In response to the refugee crisis in Europe, Oxford University Press has made more than 30 book chapters, journal articles, and pieces of content from online resources freely accessible to assist those working with refugees on the ground, as well as anyone who would like to know more about the framework of rights and obligations concerning refugees.

The Directory: Courts and Tribunals: Tribunals

First-tier Tribunal (Asylum Support)  

We are responsible for handling appeals against decisions by the Home Office to: reject a claim for asylum support cancel existing asylum support

First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum)  

We are responsible for handling appeals against some decisions made by the Home Office relating to: permission to stay in the UK deportation from the UK entry clearance to the UK We also handle applications for immigration bail from people being held by the Home Office on immigration matters.

Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC)  

Deals with appeals against decisions made by the Home Office to deport or to exclude someone from the UK on national security grounds or for other public interest reasons, and also hears appeals against decisions to deprive persons of citizenship status.

Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber)  

Independent body which hears appeals against decisions made by the Home Secretary to refuse a person asylum in the UK or to refuse entry or leave to remain and decisions to deport. Its predecessor, the Immigration Appellate Authority, ceased to exist on the 4 April 2005 when the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal came into being.

The Directory: Government Departments

The Directory: Human Rights Organisations

Bail for Immigration Detainees  

Bail for Immigration Detainees is an independent charity that exists to challenge immigration detention in the UK. We work with asylum seekers and migrants, in removal centres and prisons, to secure their release from detention.

The Directory: Law Associations: Lawyers

Immigration Law Practitioners Association (ILPA)  

Aims to promote and improve the advising and representation of immigrants; provide information to members on domestic and European immigration, refugee and nationality law; and secure a non-racist, non-sexist, just and equitable system of immigration, refugee and nationality law.