Welcome to the November 2016 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This episode I start with the some updates about the immigration tribunal and some tribunal case law, move on to cover some important legislative and procedural changes – a section of the Immigration Act 2016 coming into force, new EEA regulations and new Immigration Rules — and then cover an interesting case where the accused persecutor contests the facts of an asylum claim and end with the long awaited Supreme Court judgments on the deportation rules.
The material is all drawn from the November 2016 blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 25 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- Government reverses 500% immigration tribunal fee increases
- Success rate for oral compared to paper immigration appeals
- Justice must not only be done but must manifestly be seen to be done
- Tribunal orders urgent admission of two Syrian children to UK
- Waiting times and success rate for EEA appeals
- New commencement order introduces out of country human rights appeals and more
- New Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2016 laid
- New guidance issued for EU free movement and Surinder Singh cases
- Massive batch of new forms and guidance released
- Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules HC667
- Removal Windows, Injunctions and Out of Country Appeals: The Acceleration of Enforced Removals
- Home Office publishes eligibility criteria for children to be admitted to UK under Dubs amendment
- What is the impact of a successful asylum claim on a child abduction case?
- Court of Appeal judgment in ETS case of Qadir now available
- Ali and Makhlouf: What is the correct approach to determining deportation appeals?
- New free best practice guide to statelessness applications for leave to remain published