- 5 Brexit New Year’s resolutions for employers
- Court of Justice case confirms lower legal protections for Brits visiting the EU after Brexit
- Administrative review under the EU Settlement Scheme: what does the 90% success rate mean?
- What happens if I miss the EU Settlement Scheme deadline?
- Home Office admits double counting in the EU settlement statistics
Administrative review under the EU Settlement Scheme: what does the 90% success rate mean?
An incorrect decision under the EU Settlement Scheme could impact the terms by which EU citizens and their family members are able to reside and access services in the UK after Brexit. Statistics we have retrieved on administrative reviews of Settleme ...4th December 2019
Supreme Court finds detention of asylum seekers unlawful
The Supreme Court has confirmed in the case of Hemmati v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 56 that the detention of asylum seekers for their removal to other EU states under the Dublin Regulation was unlawful between 1 January 201 ...27th November 2019
New statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 170
Another statement of changes to the Immigration Rules (HC 170) was laid on 24 October 2019. The changes relate to Appendix EU of the Rules and their functioning in a no-deal Brexit scenario. This is somewhat surprising given recent events. Jacob Rees- ...25th October 2019
Do the EU Settlement Scheme statistics add up?
The Home Office released a new set of EU Settlement Scheme statistics in early October. While this update again showed a rise in applications to the scheme, it also suggests re-applications to it are counted towards the total. This raises questions ov ...21st October 2019
What legal rights will EU citizens have after a no-deal Brexit?
As the outcome of the latest Brexit negotiations are still uncertain — and with 31 October less than one month away – the latest research update from the Public Law Project (PLP) shows that EU citizens would still lack statutory protection for the ...8th October 2019
CJEU: Child self-sufficient if supported by parent working without work permit
The Court of Justice of the European Union has found that a child is self-sufficient in EU law even if supported only by the earnings of a parent who is working without permission to do so. The case is C‑93/18 Bajratari. The case involved an Albania ...2nd October 2019