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September 2018 immigration update podcast

September 2018 immigration update podcast

Welcome to the September 2018 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. We tried something a bit different this month. CJ and I ran the podcast together in a more conversational style. To keep the length reasonable we’ve focussed in on fewer subjects but covered them in a bit more depth. Let us know if you think it is better or worse in comments, please! We’ll try again in the same style for the next couple of months and see how it goes. It was a new experience for us and we’d hope we’d improve with practice.

We start by talking about deprivation of citizenship, before moving on to Brexit. There’s less case law to cover than usual, but a few interesting decisions and policy changes on asylum, deportation and human rights are worth reviewing.

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The main content of the downloadable 33-minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:

Nationality

Deprivation of citizenship justified by treasonous conduct finds Court of Appeal

How can the Home Office tear up the British passport of a six-year-old boy born in Leeds?

Brexit

Brexit no deal: immigration and the status of EU and UK citizens

Asylum

Fellow church-goers can give “expert evidence” on an asylum seeker’s conversion to Christianity

Stateless refugee family win right to have claims decided in UK

Refugee children to be granted “Calais leave”

Fixing refugee family reunion system not a Home Office priority, inspector says

Deportation

EU law can be used to challenge employment restrictions imposed during deportation proceedings

Permanent residence saves Polish man with two drug dealing offences from deportation

Human rights

Court of Appeal rules that Paposhvili decision has no effect on Article 8 medical cases

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