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The Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations define a “family member” (a spouse, civil partner or a direct dependant relative of either EEA...
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Official figures show a drop of 96% in the number of nurses from the EU registering to work as Nurses in the UK.
In July 2016 the Nursing and...
In the case of R v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2017] UKSC 42, the Supreme Court considered whether two foreign criminals, who by...
Tier 2 of the Points-Based System is the primary immigration route for non- EEA migrants who wish to work in the UK. An organisation or a company...
UK employers have a statutory obligation to carry out Right to Work checks in respect of prospective employees to prevent illegal working within the...
On 30 May 2017 the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Justice issued an important judgment in the Safa Nicu sanctions case which was the first...
In the recent case of Ibori v Secretary of State for the Home Department (“SSHD”), the High Court ruled that the SSHD had abused her immigration...
From 11 June 2017 Ukrainian citizens holding biometric passports can travel to the Schengen Zone without a visa. The EU foreign policy chief Federica...
The Court of Appeal in BRITCITS v Secretary of State for the Home Department has ruled that the Immigration Rules on bringing adult dependent...
The Court of Appeal upheld decisions of both the First Tier and Upper Tribunal that human rights cannot form part of an EEA appeal (Amirteymour v...
This case concerned a non-EEA unmarried partner of British citizen returning to the UK following residency in another EEA member state. In this...
In the case of Director of the Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian Natural Resources Corp Ltd (2017), the court considered for the first time the status...

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