Free Movement eBooks
Clear, section by section guide to the Immigration Act 2016 covering illegal working offences, enforcement powers, appeal rights, immigration bail and more.
This clear and accessible guide covers the legal requirements for EU residence documents and the practicalities of making an application including advice on documents and forms.
Second edition ebook on the Immigration Act 2014 covering commencement, removal powers, new rights of appeal, new enforcement and detention powers and more.
Accessible and practical guide to costs in appeals and judicial reviews including rules, guidance, case law, quantification and assessment
Accessible guide to the law and practice of refugee status determination in the UK including examples, arguments and common scenarios.
Comprehensive examination of law, policy and practice around the "Surinder Singh route" including hints and tips on avoiding problems. Foreword by Sonel Mehta of BritCits.
Full guide to visit visa applications, appeals and judicial reviews for family and general visits to the UK, including how to prepare and what to expect on the day.
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