Tag Archives: Pakistan

Case Comment: SI (variation/curtailment – human rights ground) Pakistan [2011] UKUT 00118 (IAC)

This brief case makes a hulking legal point. Moreover, it illustrates the games which the UKBA “plays” with the objects of its control. Although the outcome was not in favour of SI (the appellant), the case is quite valuable because … Continue reading

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UKBA discriminating against Pakistani applicants

It had emerged that the UKBA may be discriminating unlawfully against Pakistanis in favour of applicants for British visas from the emirates of and Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Dubai. This was unearthed by the UKBA’s chief inspector Mr John Vine. However, the … Continue reading

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New English language requirements under the immigration rules

Through the statement of changes called CM7944 the Secretary of State for the Home Department (SSHD/Home Secretary) has introduced some new requirements for the purposes of the immigration rules in relation to spouses and civil partners. The key new requirement … Continue reading

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