Welcome to the June 2016 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. June 2016 is a month I would rather had not occurred. Inevitably perhaps, I start by discussing next steps for EU nationals following Brexit. I move on to discuss a number of asylum and refugee issues and then end with some procedural and other updates.
The material is all drawn from the June 2016 blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 25 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- Brexit Ground Zero: what now?
- What was said in Parliament about the status of EU nationals in the UK?
- What is the legal meaning of “refugee”?
- Myth buster: memories of trauma are engraved on the brain
- Are Christian converts seeking asylum getting a raw deal?
- Rwandan considered involved in genocide wins UK settlement appeal
- New Country Guidance case on risk on return to Sudan
- Supreme Court refers question to CJEU on consequences of past persecution
- Supreme Court holds no appeal against refusal of asylum only
- Latest on legal challenge to detained asylum cases
- Is there an appeal against refusal of entry clearance under the Immigration Act 2014?
- New entry clearance guidance on extant leave: ECB22
- Get your visa in just five working days*… for an extra £400
- Tribunal decides it has no jurisdiction to determine whether fresh protection claim test is met
- Nkomo (Deportation: 2014 rights of appeal : Zimbabwe)  UKUT 285 (IAC)
- Johnson (deportation – 4 years imprisonment : Sierra Leone)  UKUT 282 (IAC)
- New case on effective service under 2013 amendments
- Home Office unlawfully imposes curfew on migrant
- Massive Home Office database being created
- Supreme Court finds migrant workers not protected by discrimination laws