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By Nazmun Ismail, 25 July 2012
Nazmun Ismail, barrister, Central Chambers Manchester appeared in KM (Zimbabwe) v SSHD [2012] UKSC 38 The Supreme Court handed down judgment in the appeal of KM on 25 July 2012 along with a joined appeal called RT. It deals with issues of general public importance in relation to the Refugee...
By Ed Mynott, 13 June 2012
On 9 June 2012 the government issued its 'Statement of Intent: Family Migration' which set out how the government expected its long awaited new immigration rules relating to family migration to operate from 9 July 2012 onwards. The 'Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules'...
By Ed Mynott, 10 May 2012
In his opinion for the Court of Justice of the European Union (in Germany v Y and Z, C-71/11, C-99/11) Advocate General Bot has taken the view that the prohibitions in Pakistani law directed against the Ahmadiyya community are likely to constitute a serious infringement of the freedom of religion;...
By Richard, 8 May 2012
The media have been much exercised with the way that 'foreign criminals', who are now liable to 'automatic' deportation, are able to invoke the European Convention on Human Rights in order, quite often, to prevent deportation from going ahead. It is actually six years since the...
By Mark Symes, 18 October 2011
Judicial Review in the Upper Tribunal - HJT's December Conference HJT Training held a very successful session on the transfer of judicial reviews to the Upper Tribunal on 30 September 2011. Speakers included Deputy President of the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) Mark Ockelton,...
By Colin Yeo, 10 October 2011
The HJT Training conference on transfer of some forms of judicial review into the Upper Tribunal was a sell out and the event was a great success. Mark Ockelton, Deputy President of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the Upper Tribunal, revealed a number of interesting points, including the...
By Mark Symes, 15 August 2011
It is a dark day for asylum seekers and their ability to obtain lawful adjudications on their appeals on Refugee Convention grounds. Alive to the 77% increase in applications for permission to appeal in immigration cases since 2005, the majority of which were from reconsiderations by ordinary...
By Mark Symes, 31 May 2011
On 25 May 2011 the Supreme Court allowed the appeal in Kambadzi v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2011] UKSC 23 The issue was whether the Appellant was falsely imprisoned in circumstances in which there was a statutory power to detain, but the Secretary of State had failed to exercise...
By Mark Symes, 17 May 2011
In the recent decision of Amos, we find the Court of Appeal commenting on the approach to the European Union law of right found in the Citizens Directive and transposed into the domestic EEA Regulations by Regulation 10(5) and 15(1)(f). The Court summarised the requirements for permanent residence...
By Mark Symes, 15 March 2011
The decision in EM Zimbabwe of 14 March 2011 changes the prevailing situation of Zimbabwe asylum seekers. From 19 November 2008 until 13 March 2011, RN Zimbabwe prevailed, meaning that the critical issue for a person whose primary asylum claim had failed, and now relied on the general country...
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