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Welcome to the March 2015 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This month I cover legislative updates on appeal and visitors, a few asylum issues and then some Points Based System and other cases. The material is all drawn from the March 2015 blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 25 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- Full immigration appeals ended: Immigration Act 2014 brought into force
- Visitor appeal succeeds on human rights grounds
- What is happening to appeals in EU free movement rights cases?
- New immigration rules for visitors to the United Kingdom
- Immigration fees from 6 April 2015 published
- Changes to asylum process and procedure
- New restrictions on Syrian travellers to prevent asylum claims
- Home Office asserts Jamaica safe in general despite persecution of LGBT community
- The Heart of the Matter: Assessing Credibility when Children Apply for Asylum in the European Union
- Tightening of British citizenship rules not aimed at refugees
Points Based System cases
- Court of Appeal condemns complexity of Points Based System
- Court of Appeal takes strict approach to interpretation of Tier 1 Entrepreneur rules
- High Court finds Tier 1 Entrepreneur landline requirement irrational
- Consultation on Tier 1 Entrepreneur route