Tag Archives: Criminal Offences

Interesting Judgment On Deporting EU Nationals

A B C v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2013] EWHC 1272 (Admin) (22 May 2013) This is yet another interesting and useful judgment by His Honour Judge Anthony Thornton QC. The decision involves the Immigration (European Economic … Continue reading

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Automatic deportation and proportionality

Gurung v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2012] EWCA Civ 62 (02 February 2012) At times immigration cases have significant criminal elements. In this case, the respondent Rocky Gurung – a Nepali national whose father served as a Gurkha … Continue reading

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Case Comment: Shepherd Masimba Kambadzi (FC) (Appellant) v SSHD (Respondent) [2011] UKSC 23

The summarised facts of this case are that Shepherd Masimba Kambadzi (“SMK”), a national of Zimbabwe, arrived in the United Kingdom as a visitor with 6 months’ leave to enter on 30 October 2002. Subsequently, his leave was extended until … Continue reading

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“Simpler justice”: reforming legal aid

The consultation to legal aid reform began on 15 November 2010 and will end on 14 February 2011. All the relevant documents to the consultation can be viewed on the Ministry of Justice’s website here. The proposals will cut the … Continue reading

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Case Comment: FW (Paragraph 322: untruthful answer) Kenya [2010] UKUT 165 (IAC)

Under the common law lies, silences, omissions, misleading statements and false representations all give rise to liability in criminal and civil matters. Immigration matters tend to contain a mixture of both civil and criminal elements when ascertaining a person’s worthiness … Continue reading

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