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Welcome to the (rather belated!) August 2015 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. In this episode I cover some important EU law issues on spouses, retained rights and sham marriages, a few asylum issues including irregular entry by refugees, a successful social services age assessment, some updated Home Office policies, some news from the Supreme Court on upcoming cases and I finish with a case on costs in judicial review cases.
The material is drawn mainly from the August 2015 blog posts on Free Movement. I will be aiming to catch up with September and October in the next few days.
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The downloadable 30 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- EU right of residence where a marriage ends plus source of self sufficiency
- Jobseekers who do not find a job are not workers finds Upper Tribunal
- No in country appeal against EEA sham marriage removals says Upper Tribunal
- Reflecting EU law faithfully? R (Bilal Ahmed) v SSHD IJR  UKUT 00436 (IAC)
- Sufficiency of protection and EU refugee law
- Use of false passport not usually enough to create risk on return to DRC
- Channel Tunnel Man: Refugees should not be prosecuted for irregular entry
- Successful judicial review of social services age assessment
- Updated policy guidance on appeals against conviction and sentence
- New Home Office policy document on investigating sham marriages
- Dismissed Detained Fast Track appeals to be reheard on request
- Deportation regime to be considered by Supreme Court
- Article 3 medical treatment cases not to be reconsidered by Supreme Court
- Costs in cases of new “supplementary” decisions