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Welcome to the July 2015 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. In this episode I start by talk about Sir Nicholas Winton then move on to discuss the huge delays in appeal hearing listings and some other tribunal news, cover some immigration rule issues including a brief overview of Statement of Changes HC 297 and then move onto a number of cases, including a review of Article 8 case law and some of the more interesting recent offerings from the tribunal. The material is drawn mainly from the July blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 30 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- How to avoiding the dreaded float list in the immigration tribunal
- Delays in immigration hearings allegedly caused by funding dispute
- Home Office reducing time limits for appeals by sending post 2nd class
- Ai Weiwei refused full UK visa because of alleged previous “conviction”
- Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules HC 297
- When is Article 8 private and family life engaged?
- Can new evidence be considered in Points Based System appeals?
- Upper Tribunal finds Somali journalist cannot be expected to change profession to avoid persecution
- Official country information watchdog criticises Home Office on Eritrea
- New tribunal cases on statutory human rights considerations and “integration”
- Extending time limits for late appeals
- Rehabilitation an “important factor” in deportation cases
- Importance of applying to register children as British citizens