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Welcome to the September 2015 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. In this episode I’m going to talk about two more cases in which judges are highly critical of immigration lawyers and references are made to the SRA, the protection status of Syrian refugees, some rather odd and basic reported cases and the Amirteymour case on human rights in EU law appeals, the Court of Appeal judgment in the ETS case on those accused of fraud in their English tests, some changes to the Immigration Rules and nationality regulations and the proposals in the Immigration Bill on immigration appeals.
The material is drawn from the September 2015 blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 30 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- Sir Brian Leveson admonishes immigration solicitors
- Sandbrook Solicitors to be investigated by SRA
- Is it time to invoke the EU’s Temporary Protection Directive for Syrian refugees?
- Are refugees from Syria really refugees in law?
- Discretionary and mandatory general grounds for refusal
- President gives guidance on guidance in latest instalment of online training course
- Case of HA (Article 24 QD) Palestinian Territories
- Rehabilitation and EU deportation cases
- No human rights in EEA appeals says Upper Tribunal
- Court of Appeal dismisses ETS challenges
- High Court finds Legal Aid Agency “asked itself wrong question” about means assessment
- New policy on offences committed abroad triggering deportation from UK
- Proving paternity in British nationality law: rule change on effect of birth certificates
- Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules HC 437
- The Immigration Bill 2015