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Immigration update podcast, episode 69

Immigration update podcast, episode 69

Welcome to episode 69 of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This is a bumper Brexit issue: we’ll be covering the government’s policy on ending free movement for EU citizens, in addition to a healthy crop of cases on EU immigration law while we’ve still got it. There are also some changes to the Immigration Rules on the Points Based System and asylum. We end on how not to get sent to prison by a family court judge.

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The downloadable 25-minute audio podcast follows the running order below:

Brexit

Government rows back on bonkers plan to end free movement on 31 October

Welcome and unwelcome rule changes made to EU Settlement Scheme

EU law

Court of Justice finds that self-employed women have maternity rights

CJEU: expulsion of family members who lose right of residence must still comply with EU law

Tribunal finds “centre of life” integration and intention tests irrelevant in Surinder Singh cases

Briefing: the status of EU immigration and asylum law after Brexit

Business and study migration

Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules HC 2631: changes to work visa routes

Return of two-year post study work visa announced

MAC instructed to ponder points based immigration system

Asylum

Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules HC 2631: changes to asylum rules

Upper Tribunal: no reason to change Sudan country guidance

Detention

Lack of accommodation does not prevent claim for unlawful detention

Contempt of court

Warning to immigration lawyers: don’t use family court documents without permission

Colin Yeo

Immigration and asylum barrister, blogger, writer and consultant at Garden Court Chambers in London and founder and editor of the Free Movement immigration law website.

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