Welcome to episode 89 of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This month is a bit of a bumper episode, so we may hurry through some updates to keep it a manageable length, but you can read more about each item at the links below. We start with a couple of rather concerning court cases involving massive Home Office delays before turning to immigration policy. We’re then off to the Upper Tribunal to discuss a series of new decisions on family migration and the conduct of immigration appeals, before ending with a couple of quick coronavirus updates.
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The downloadable 27-minute podcast follows the running order below. Timestamps indicate when a particular section begins.
Immigration policy (6.05)
EU citizens’ rights (11.26)
Family migration (13.59)
Appeals law (19.51)
(Full coverage: Coronavirus and the UK immigration system)