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Welcome to the April 2015 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. In this episode I cover some procedural points, several cases and some updates on commencement of the Immigration Act 2014. The material is all drawn from the April blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 20 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- New pre action protocols came into effect 6 April 2015
- Home Office confirms that EEA(FM) application form is not mandatory
- Making a new entry clearance application while appeal is outstanding
- Can you make a new application while awaiting outcome of another application or appeal?
- Supreme Court Backs Government Rejection of Statelessness Claim
- Court has no “superhero” jurisdiction says Home Office in unlawful detention case
- What is a “reasonable period” for immigration detention?
- Home Office duties in cases of historical trafficking
- LGBT asylum seekers: a toxic mix of homophobia, misogyny and ignorance corrupts the asylum system
Immigration Act 2014 updates
- Rights and grounds of appeal: commencement and transition
- What amounts to a “human rights claim” generating a new right of appeal?
- Mind the gap: immigration rules and human rights are not coterminous
- Upper Tribunal on meaning of very compelling circumstances
- NHS surcharge for immigration applications
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