Welcome to the January 2016 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. In this episode I start on immigration fees and the Shaw Review, cover a long list of tribunal cases on various issues, move on to some higher court cases on EU deportation cases, nationality and deception issues, detention and trafficking and close with two recent Law Society guidance notes.
The material is drawn from the January 2016 blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 30 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- Massive increase in family immigration fees for 2016-17
- Migration Advisory Committee proposes tightening of Tier 2 skilled migrant route
- Shaw Review into the welfare in detention of vulnerable persons published: summary
- Immigration status of foreign criminals is precarious says Upper Tribunal
- Yet another case on the immigration rules on deportation
- Upper Tribunal emphasises again that out of country appeal is adequate remedy
- Upper Tribunal latest on ETS appeals and common costs orders
- Presidential Guidance on the Boomerang of Proof
- Meaning of “parental relationship” under the Immigration Act 2014
- Upper Tribunal considers when EEA nationals should be readmitted to UK to attend own deportation appeal hearings
- Online application forms do not always function as intended
- Presidential guidance on errors of law and proportionality
- Upper Tribunal cases on fair hearings in immigration cases
- Judgment in the Calais children case
Higher court cases
- Court of Appeal considers EU deportation, public revulsion and “imperative grounds”
- Past deception to obtain Indefinite Leave to Remain may lead to status being revoked
- Refusal and revocation of British citizenship for dishonest conduct
- Discriminatory denial of British nationality not a breach of human rights
- Trafficking decision overturned for failure to have regard to guidance
- Detention of mother and 3 children in breach of policy found unlawful
- Three years immigration detention for Polish national found lawful
- Secretary of State removes appellant then claims appeal abandoned…