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Welcome to the October 2015 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. In this episode I talk about some big cases from the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal, several other important cases on unlawful detention and on EU law amongst other things, some upcoming policy level changes on “right to rent” and on refugee settlement and end with a little rant about judicial review in the Upper Tribunal.
The material is drawn from the October 2015 blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 25 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- Immigration rules now on normal web pages. Finally.
- Mastering Immigration Law: 15th edition of HJT Training Immigration Manual
- All landlords forced to carry out immigration checks from 1 February 2016
- Analysis: What does Theresa May’s speech mean for immigrants and refugees?
- Supreme Court upholds evidential flexibility policy
- Court of Appeal gives judgment on the “deport first, appeal later” regime
- Home Office to compensate pregnant asylum seeker for unlawful detention
- Approach of Home Office to nationality case “astonishing and grotesque” rules High Court
- How long do pregnant women retain EU worker status?
- The Dano Effect: The restriction on benefits paid to EU citizens who are former workers
- New Upper Tribunal decision on Zambrano carers
- Important new age assessment guidance published
- New report suggests Tier 1 Investor route used for large scale money laundering
- One party is more equal than others in the Upper Tribunal