Category Archives: Settlement

Student Loans: Settlement Criterion Declared Unlawful

R (Tigere) v Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills [2015] UKSC 57 (29 July 2015) Soaring costs, rampant hostility towards foreigners and rigid rules have made the UK an unattractive place to live and study. But should settlement … Continue reading

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Deportation Order Terminates ILR

George, R (on the application of) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department (SSHD) [2014] UKSC 28 Theresa May, who has vowed to cleanse the UK of the malaise of criminal foreigners, must be delighted with the Supreme … Continue reading

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Strike Three For New Rules: Part 1

Ogundimu (Article 8 – new rules) Nigeria [2013] UKUT 60 (IAC) (08 February 2013)  Nigeria – Africa’s most populous country – is spearheading the campaign against deportation and Ogundimu is the third case in a row where the judiciary has sent … Continue reading

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Immigration Rules Changed Again

Yet another set of changes in the immigration rules is around the corner and most of these will enter into force on 13 December 2012. To this end, Statement of changes in Immigration Rules HC 760 envisages a plethora of … Continue reading

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Article 8 and Polygamy

SG (child of polygamous marriage) Nepal [2012] UKUT 265 (IAC) (9 July 2012) The Upper Tribunal (“UT”, Justice Blake and Judge Dawson) has recently made it clear that in cases involving polygamy a child will not be able to join … Continue reading

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Family Migration and Article 8’s New Dress

Theresa May’s rabid immigration policies are no secret and the government is changing the Immigration Rules yet again. It is the eighteenth statement of changes in the Immigration Rules to be announced by the Home Office since the present government … Continue reading

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Historic Injustice and Proportionality

Ghising (family life – adults – Gurkha policy) Nepal [2012] UKUT 160 (IAC) In this case the Upper tribunal said that “the ambit of Article 8 is not circumscribed” and in reducing the importance normally attached to immigration control the … Continue reading

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