Tag Archives: Russia

Notices must advise accurately on appeal rights

E1/(OS Russia) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2012] EWCA Civ 357 (22 March 2012) In this case the Court of Appeal (Pill, Moses and Sullivan LJJ) heard an appeal in a judicial review case. The court unanimously reversed … Continue reading

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Pankina, Tribunal Cases, Judicial Review, and Overseas Applicants

The Pankina judgment or “AP (Russia)” – Secretary of State for the Home Department v Pankina [2010] EWCA Civ 719 – was a big blow to the Home Secretary and its manifestations are reflected in emergent case law. In R (on … Continue reading

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Pankina Reliefs

Pankina, or AP (Russia) was a landmark case and it has given rise to a multitude of new issues in immigration law. The case demonstrates that the Points Based System (“PBS”) is susceptible to legal challenges which are constitutionally well … Continue reading

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AP (Russia) Update

The legal challenges to the maintenance requirements under the Points Based System (“PBS”) were discussed in Immigration Minister Damien Green’s Written Ministerial Statement which was presented to Parliament on 22 July 2010. The terms of the Minister’s statement in relation … Continue reading

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Case Comment: SSHD v Anastasia Pankina [2010] EWCA Civ 719

Departing from the tier system’s continuous 3 month £800 maintenance requirement English judges certainly know how to pronounce judgments without fear of reprisal from the executive branch of government. The reason for this might be that in England to remove … Continue reading

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