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Court In Banger v Secretary Of State For The Home Department: ‘Surinder Singh’ Route Applies To Unmarried Partners
On the 12th July 2018, the Court of Justice of the EU ruled in Banger v Secretary of State that the ‘Surinder Singh’ route Article 21(1) should be...
Immigration To The UK By EU Nationals Falls To A Five-Year Low
The number of people relocating to the UK from EU countries has fallen to the lowest level in approximately five years, according to official figures...
Retention Of Indefinite Leave To Enter Or Remain In The UK
Acquisition of settled status in the UK generally means that a person is no longer subject to immigration control i.e. restrictions imposed on entry...
MPs Call For Permit-Free Work For Skilled Migrants To Fight Post-Brexit Immigration Policy Void
MPs are proposing visa-free travel and permit-free work for skilled workers for up to six months in an attempt to challenge the post-Brexit...
Legal Aid To Be Extended To Immigration Matters For Unaccompanied And Separated Children
Since child separation has come into sharp focus in the light of the UK’s reconsideration of its hostile environment policy, the Justice Minister,...
UK Government Pauses Hostile Immigration Policies Following Windrush
In the wake of the Windrush scandal, the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, has revealed he has paused a comprehensive programme of “pro-active data...
Upper Tribunal Was Wrong When Itself Exercising Discretion Conferred On SSHD
In the recent case of SSHD v Macastena [2018] EWCA Civ 1558, the Court of Appeal held that time spent in a durable relationship with an EEA national...
Parliament Approves New Amendments To EEA Immigration Regulations, Allowing Dual British Nationals To Rely On Their EEA Nationality
Last week parliament approved amendments to the EEA Immigration regulations, which transpose EEA free movement rights into UK law, in order to give...
Family Separations As A Result Of Immigration Authorities’ Actions Not Confined To The US
On the back of recent immigration scandals in the US concerning the separation of children from their families and the release of images of...
Children Separated From Their Parents By UK Immigration Authorities
As the Trump Administration in the United States has recently come under severe criticism for its endorsement of separating children from their...
Evidential Burden Reduced In Retained Rights Cases
In accordance with Regulation 10(5) of the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006, a non-EU national can apply for a UK Residence Card...
The Government Is Forced To Pay Out Millions In Compensation To Mistakenly Detained Immigrants
It has recently been reported that between 2012 and 2017 the Home Office mistakenly detained over 850 people, some of whom had valid leave to reside...

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