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Immigration update podcast, episode 90

Immigration update podcast, episode 90

Welcome to episode 90 of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. We’re covering June 2021, which feels a little unreal given the Nationality and Borders Bill had landed shortly before we were due to record. But life goes on, and we’ve got a few points about the EU Settlement Scheme to cover; a couple of cases on family immigration and one on long residence; several asylum issues; a couple of deportation cases to touch on; and a couple of cases in which the Court of Appeal schools the immigration tribunal in how to do its job.

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The downloadable 28-minute podcast follows the running order below. Timestamps indicate when a particular section begins.

EU Settlement Scheme

What happens to EU citizens who miss the settled status deadline?

High Court finds the EU Settlement Scheme rules for Zambrano carers unlawful

EU Settlement Scheme coronavirus policy relaxed

Family immigration (9.26)

“Reasonable” to expect UK-born 11-year-old to move to Bangladesh, Court of Appeal says

Getting permission to remain in the UK as an adult dependent relative: not likely

Long residence (13.25)

“Open-ended” overstayers can’t rely on ten-year lawful residence rule

Asylum (14.57)

High Court condemns treatment of asylum seekers unlawfully held at Napier barracks

High Court strikes down pandemic protections for refused asylum seekers

Home Office accidentally discriminates against trafficking victims with kids

Game-changer for Sri Lankan Tamil activists seeking asylum in the UK

Immigration tribunals (21.54)

Upper Tribunal rebuked for failing to understand its job (again)

Immigration tribunal can reject expert evidence

Deportation (23.39)

Rehabilitative work in the community no barrier to deportation

Protections for EU citizens served with notice of deportation

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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