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Immigration update podcast, episode 95

Immigration update podcast, episode 95

Welcome to episode 95 of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This month we cover some developments on EU citizens’ rights, several cases on immigration appeals, the latest work visa statistics, and then a few court and tribunal judgments on asylum, human trafficking and deportation. Our thanks to Iain Halliday who ably stands in for Colin this month.

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The downloadable 34-minute podcast follows the running order below. Timestamps indicate when a particular section begins.

EU rights

Dependent relatives to get EU Settlement Scheme family permits

EU law still applies in legacy appeals under the EEA Regulations

Appeals (5.53)

Upper Tribunal revisits issue of permission for video evidence from abroad

Upper Tribunal reminds everyone: this is not the place for new evidence

Reopening a finalised immigration appeal is actually pretty hard

Work visas (14.17)

Record number of Global Talent visas awarded

New statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC 803 (pork butchers)

Asylum (20.27)

The meaning of “admissible” in statelessness cases

CJ McKinney is Free Movement's editor. He's here to make sure that the website is on top of everything that happens in the world of immigration law, whether by writing articles, commissioning them out or considering pitches. CJ is an adviser on legal and policy matters to the Migration Observatory at Oxford University, and keeps up with the wider legal world as a contributor to Legal Cheek. Twitter: @mckinneytweets.