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Home Office can’t just ignore potential persecution even if there is no asylum claim

Home Office can’t just ignore potential persecution even if there is no asylum claim

The Home Office’s compartmentalised approach to applications for permission to stay in the UK can sometimes cause problems. Not everyone’s claim fits neatly into pre-defined categories. So what happens when there is overlap between, for instance, an asylum claim and a ...

Iain Halliday is currently training to be an advocate (the Scottish equivalent of a barrister) at the Faculty of Advocates. Prior to this he worked as a solicitor at McGill & Co, a Scottish law firm specialising in immigration and nationality law.

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