Some three years after the radical rewriting of the Immigration Rules for families in 2012, the Supreme Court has granted permission to appeal in two important cases, SS (Congo)  EWCA Civ 387 and Agyarko  EWCA Civ 440. SS (Congo) is reported to be linked with the MM case on the minimum income requirement for spouses but I am not sure about Agyarko.
— BritCits (@BritCits) December 3, 2015
Permission was refused in:
- Iqbal  EWCA Civ 169 on the Tier 1 Entrepreneur rules
- Dumliauskas and Others  EWCA Civ 145 on EU law public interest deportations and the weight to be given to rehabilitation
- SH (Iran) and Others  EWCA Civ 1469 on the Legacy (now FINALLY laid to rest?)
- Sukhjeet Kaur  EWCA Civ 13 on Tier 4 students and academic progress
An employment law claim based on alleged race and/or age discrimination against the Home Office by former employees was also granted permission: Essop and Others  EWCA Civ 609.