The Court of Appeal has ruled that Country Guidance on Burma dating back to 2009 was legally flawed. Decisions based on the earlier TK case are therefore flawed. Full post and analysis to follow.
The Free Movement immigration law blog is written by members of the immigration team at Garden Court Chambers in London, ranked as top tier in both Chambers and Partners and The Legal 500. The editor is Colin Yeo.
One of the more pernicious aspects of the so-called automatic deportation provisions in the UK Borders Act 2007 is the… Read more…
By Greg Ó Ceallaigh | Published on 9 December 2013
Since 17 October 2011, some immigration judicial reviews have been heard in the Upper Tribunal. Until now this was confined… Read more…
By Colin Yeo | Published on 12 December 2013
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