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By Katya Ivanova, Georgiana Turculet, LSE Brexit blog, 13 June 2017
Last month the Dutch national Monique Hawkins, who made headlines after the initial rejection of her permanent residency application, was granted UK citizenship. But securing her status to live and work in the UK irrespective of the outcome of Brexit negotiations has come at a price. Hawkins may...
By Coops Law, 6 June 2017
An EEA family permit can make entering the UK a smooth and swift process, if you are eligible. There are a few basic requirements which you must meet before you can go through the steps to apply for an EEA family permit and complete the documents to make an application. You would apply if you are...
By Sarah Jane Ewart, UK Human Rights Blog, 5 June 2017
Advocate General Bot has released his Opinion on a test case regarding the freedom of movement rights of dual citizens resident in the UK under EU law, after a reference for a preliminary ruling from the High Court in Lounes v SS of the Home Department [2016] EWCH 436 (Admin). The Facts: Ms...
By John Kelly, EIN, 16 May 2017
As we reported on EIN in November, the Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (ILPA) and Liverpool Law Clinic published a comprehensive, 100-page best practice guide on statelessness and applications for leave to remain. You can download your copy of the guide here. We recently heard from...
By Coops Law, 12 May 2017
Being separated by borders from your partner, fiancé or spouse can be a heart-rending experience. Circumstances such as work, the need to care for relatives, being a fleeing refugee or possibly being a student can mean that fate brings you to the UK by yourself. It may be that you are a British...
By Landmark Chambers, 4 May 2017
The Court of Appeal has, today, dismissed an appeal which sought to challenge the continued application of rule 353 of the Immigration Rules to further human rights submissions. In R (Robinson) v SSHD [2017] EWCA Civ 316, the Appellant argued that amendments made in the Immigration Act 2014 to the...
By Christopher Bertram, Devyani Prabhat & Helena Wray, openDemocracy, 2 May 2017
The UK Supreme Court has accepted the principle of a minimum income requirement for bringing family members into Britain, but hope remains for British families split by borders. For thousands of British citizens and residents separated from loved ones by immigration rules, headlines after the...
By Sarah Jane Ewart, UK Human Rights Blog, 24 April 2017
The Facts: NE-A, a Nigerian national, has been resident in the UK since 2006. He was convicted of aggravated burglary and sentenced to six years imprisonment. Evidence was given in the First Tier Tribunal that he suffers from a schizoaffective disorder, and would relapse if deprived of his current...
By Amaka Nnamani, Augustus Chambers, 10 April 2017
The judgment in Paposhvili v Belgium - 41738/10 (Judgment (Merits and Just Satisfaction): Court (Grand Chamber) [2016] ECHR 1113 was handed down on 13 December 2016. It is likely that the significance and impact of the principles which arguably underpin the decision, will take some time to digest....
By Danielle Cohen, 6 April 2017
The Free Movement of Persons Directive 2004/38 sets out the rights of EEA nationals and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of an EEA member state. Self-Sufficient Persons One of the categories of a qualified person under the Regulations are those who are self-...
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