All Articles: seven year children
“Reasonable” to expect UK-born 11-year-old to move to Bangladesh, Court of Appeal says
The protection afforded to children who are long-term UK residents has been further diluted in a new Court of Appeal decision, NA (Bangladesh) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 953. The judgment is the latest in a line of ca ...30th June 2021
Reasonableness, removals and children back in Court of Appeal spotlight
The vexed issue of reasonableness, removals and children is back in the judicial spotlight once more in a new Court of Appeal ruling, Runa v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 514. The case involved an appeal against a refusal ...14th April 2020
Can children and parents apply to remain after seven years residence?
From a child’s perspective, seven years of residence in the UK can be literally a lifetime. It may be the sum of all the child’s experience and the UK may be the only home they know in any meaningful sense. On top of that, children do not make the ...28th November 2018