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Welcome to the December 2015 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. In this episode I talk about a few more general issues such as Donald Trump and visas bans, a refreshed post on Adult Dependent Relatives and a post by Berrnard Ryan on whether the new requirement for EEA citizens and their family members to apply for a permanent residence document before applying for naturalisation is lawful. I move on to cover a host of tribunal guidance giving guidance on issues big and small and then some higher court cases and a few asylum issues.
The material is drawn from the December 2015 blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 25 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- Could Donald Trump be given a visa ban preventing him travelling to the UK?
- First successful entry clearance appeal on Article 10 free speech grounds
- The new immigration rules for Adult Dependant Relatives: out with the old…
- Are the latest nationality regulations lawful in requiring permanent residence cards for EU citizens?
- Costs protection in the Upper Tribunal for legally aided and other litigants
- Upper Tribunal continues to refuse to enforce procedure rules against Home Office
- More Presidential guidance on judicial review conduct
- Tribunal cannot consider asylum appeal against EU law decision
- Upper Tribunal considers deport first appeal later provisions for EEA nationals
- Upper Tribunal says experts should comply with Practice Direction on expert evidence
- Upper Tribunal says children not stateless if they can be registered
- Presidential guidance on public interest in removal cases affecting children
Higher court cases
- Refusal of citizenship to wife and children of Islamist extremist declared unlawful
- Court of Appeal rules burden for proving sham marriage rests with Home Office
- When might deportation orders be revoked before 10 years is up?
- Waiting for legal aid not an excuse for missing time limits
- Home Office guidance on asylum claims by EU nationals
- Opening a window into the soul: how to prepare asylum claims based on religion
- Canadian Supreme Court declares unconstitutional criminal offence of assisting refugees
- Solicitors who failed to advise refugee of defence to illegal prosecution referred to SRA
- The Economist on the Eritrean asylum grant and appeal rates