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Chequers Proposal Sets Out An End To Free Movement But Might It Still Be Easier For EU Citizens To Enter Britain, Over Those From Other Parts Of The World?
Chequers Proposal Sets Out An End To Free Movement But Might It Still Be Easier For EU Citizens To Enter Britain, Over Those From Other Parts Of The World?

Theresa May’s Chequers Proposal, which confirmed unlimited immigration from the EU will end, was agreed by the cabinet on...

Parliament Approves New Amendments To EEA Immigration Regulations, Allowing Dual British Nationals To Rely On Their EEA Nationality
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...

Family Separations As A Result Of Immigration Authorities’ Actions Not Confined To The US
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...

Children Separated From Their Parents By UK Immigration Authorities
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...

Evidential Burden Reduced In Retained Rights Cases
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...

The Government Is Forced To Pay Out Millions In Compensation To Mistakenly Detained Immigrants
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...

Court Of Appeal Refuses To Reverse Deportation To Pursue In-Country Appeal
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...

MPs And Campaigners Call For Home Office To Slash Application Fees
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...

Indian Students Excluded From Relaxation Of UK Student Visa Rules
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...

Settled Status
Home Office Announces EU Settlement Scheme

The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, has announced that EU citizens wishing to remain in the UK post ‘Brexit’ will have to answer...

Same-Sex Partners Exercising Treaty Rights
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....

Report Highlights Concern Over The Use Of “Excessive” Restraint For Detainees Awaiting Immigration Removal Flights
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...

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