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Welcome to the May 2015 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. In this episode I am joined by colleague Mark Symes also of Garden Court Chambers. We cover the new visitor rules in Appendix FM, a series of cases on process and fairness, mention some cases from the Upper Tribunal on judicial review cases and end with a discussion of the Home Office policy on reconsidering old human rights applications. The material is all drawn from the May blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 35 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- New immigration rules for visitors to the United Kingdom
- Unlawful for Home Office to ignore expert evidence in trafficking decisions
- Sham marriages v Sham interviews: which is the greater evil?
- Immigration applicants cannot rely on telephone calls with Home Office
- “Print and send” Tier 4 student applications
- Best interests of children in immigration cases
- Genuine students and ECO interviews
- Precarious immigration status defined
- Indemnity costs in immigration judicial reviews
- Mandatory orders in immigration judicial review applications
- Wasted costs ordered against solicitor and counsel and case struck out
- Reconsideration of old human rights applications
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