Category Archives: Consultation(s)

Section 67: Court of Appeal on UASC and Procedural Fairness

R (Help Refugees Ltd) v The Secretary of State for Home Department & Anor [2018] EWCA Civ 2098 (03 October 2018) So that they may properly challenge adverse decision-making by way of judicial review, the Court of Appeal has held … Continue reading

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Residential Tenancies Under The Immigration Act 2014

London is famous for its booming property market. Because of buoyant rents and rising property prices people with money find it easy to profit from buying to let residential property in London. Landlords value rent and anyone who is able … Continue reading

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Tribunals to charge appeal fees

Nothing is free in the UK. In fact things are generally quite expensive and customer support and care are virtually non-existant. The fact that there is a recession on does not help matters either. And as the saying goes the … 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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The limits on non-EU migration consultation 2010

The desired result of the change in policy is to reduce net immigration to the UK in order to limit it “to tens of thousands” of people rather than the “hundreds of thousands” of migrants who came to work in the UK during Labour’s 13 year stint (1997-2010) in power. Continue reading

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