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Immigration update podcast, episode 92

Immigration update podcast, episode 92

Welcome to episode 92 of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This month we begin with EU citizens’ rights before moving to a couple of cases on Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights as it applies to migrants. We then discuss asylum, including a disappointing Supreme Court decision on age assessment, before concluding with the latest on immigration appeals. 

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

EU rights

Good news for EU citizens making late applications for post-Brexit residence rights

Court of Appeal lays down hyper-strict approach to EU asylum claims

Human rights (8.10)

The AM (Zimbabwe) test now applies to destitution too

Systems failure denied immigration detainee his HIV meds, judge finds

Asylum (13.12)

Supreme Court upholds Home Office age assessment policy

Offshore processing doesn’t stop the boats, Australian experts warn

New Home Office policy on medical evidence in asylum claims

High Court backs law firm in dispute over £194,000 asylum bill

Appeals (21.22)

Court of Appeal confirms that 3C leave can be revived

Upper Tribunal forced to U-turn on “new matters” appeal loophole

Deported murderer loses anonymity

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.