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Court Of Appeal Refuses To Reverse Deportation To Pursue In-Country Appeal
In the recent case of R (on the application of QR (Pakistan)) v SSHD [2018] EWCA Civ 1413, it was held that despite the change in the law brought...
MPs And Campaigners Call For Home Office To Slash Application Fees
The independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, David Bolt, has launched an inquiry into Home Office fees. Bolt’s investigation will “...
Indian Students Excluded From Relaxation Of UK Student Visa Rules
On 15 June, the Home Office issued a new statement of changes to the Immigration Rules. The Home Office also confirmed that the changes will come...
Same-Sex Partners Exercising Treaty Rights
On 5 June 2018 the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) gave its judgment in the case of Coman and Others. The case considered the...
Report Highlights Concern Over The Use Of “Excessive” Restraint For Detainees Awaiting Immigration Removal Flights
In May 2018, the HM Chief Inspector of Prisons published a report following an inspection of a charter removal of asylum seekers by the Home Office’s...
Home Office To Review Visa Caps For NHS Doctors
In a change of policy which will be welcomed across the NHS, it has been reported that Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, is due to announce a...
The Tier 2 Visa Cap – The Government Considers Relaxing Its Policy For Non–EEA Doctors
It has recently been revealed that between November 2017 and April 2018 more than 2,300 doctors from outside the European Economic Area (“EEA”) were...
‘Dirty money?’  What exactly are Unexplained Wealth Orders?
Much has been written in recent weeks about the government’s supposed crack down on ‘dirty money’ and Russian ‘dirty money’ in particular. The delay...
Theresa May’s Position On The Current Immigration Environment In The UK And The Enforcement Of International Law At G7 Summit
The 44th G7 summit was held on 8-9 June in Quebec, Canada. The controversial discussions involved the United State’s announcement that it would push...
Home Office Accused Of Incompetence Over Deportation Of Highly Skilled Migrants
A group of around twenty MPs and a member of the House of Lords are to establish separate pressure groups to persuade the Home Office to stop...
Parliamentary Human Rights Committee Urges Government To Do More To End Discrimination In British Nationality Law
A new report by the Joint Committee on Human Rights was issued last month, discussing discrimination within British nationality law. According to the...
Critics Claim Right To Rent Rules Discriminate Against Foreign Nationals
Legal challenges have been launched against the Home Office over its ‘Right to Rent’ rules, requiring landlords to check the immigration status of...

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