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No “genuine and subsisting parental relationship” with children in care

No “genuine and subsisting parental relationship” with children in care

Being able to demonstrate “a genuine and subsisting parental relationship” with a qualifying child is an essential requirement to succeed in a human rights appeal involving children. In Secretary of State for the Home Department v VC (Sri Lanka) [2017] ...

Chris is Partner & Head of Immigration at Parker Rhodes Hickmotts. Recommended in the Legal 500 & Chambers UK, which describes him as "the go-to on asylum cases in the north of England”.

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