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How to use the new country guidance case on Iranian Kurdish asylum seekers

How to use the new country guidance case on Iranian Kurdish asylum seekers

Credit where it’s due. In numerous claims and fresh claims for asylum for well over half a decade now, the firm of Barnes Harrild & Dyer has been presenting the Secretary of State for the Home Department with various reports ...


Rudolph started law-school at the age of 41 and re-trained as a barrister, since when he has practised in immigration law, focussing mainly on asylum and human rights at 10 King’s Bench Walk in London. He is a regular fixture in the First-tier and Upper Tribunals and appeared in the current country guidance cases on the persecution risks for returnees to post-civil war Sri Lanka (2013) and Iranian Kurds (2018). Before coming to the Bar, he had a varied work history as a freelance lexicographer, research assistant on the Survey of English Usage at University College London (1989-90), Teacher of English and the methodology of teaching in China (1991-1994), and a local government officer at the London Boroughs of Camden (1995-6) and Hammersmith & Fulham (1996-2005).

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