Tag Archives: 2004/38/EC

e-Borders Arbitration Set Aside for ‘Serious Irregularity’

These judgments given by Akenhead J relate to the e-Borders controversy. The e-Borders passenger information system was marketed as a one-stop solution to the UK’s immigration and security problems. Under e-Borders the Home Office sought to create an electronic system to … Continue reading

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Union Law and Kafka under the EEA Regulations

The Immigration (European Economic Area) (Amendment) Regulations 2015 (“the 2015 Regulations”), which enter into force on 6 April 2015, further amend the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006 (“the 2006 Regulations”). Among other things, the 2015 Regulations aim to amend … Continue reading

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President Gives Home Office Some Stick

MR (permission to appeal: Tribunal’s approach) Brazil [2015] UKUT 29 (IAC) (19 January 2015) In this case, MR, the respondent, a thirty three year old Brazilian mother, applied for a derivative residence card pursuant to the Immigration (European Economic Area) … Continue reading

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UK Loses Key Case on Abuse of Rights

McCarthy and Others (Judgment) [2014] EUECJ C-202/13 (18 December 2014) Consumed by the politics of immigration, the British have become massively uptight about entry into their country. This case – involving a dual British and Irish national living in Spain … Continue reading

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Upper Tribunal Clarifies Case C-400/12 MG

MG (prison-Article 28(3)(a) of Citizens Directive) Portugal [2014] UKUT 392 (IAC) This famous case – referred to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) by the Upper Tribunal (UT) at [2012] UKUT 268 (IAC) – about the citizens’ … Continue reading

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Litany of Forensic Criticisms Unacceptable in Appeals

VHR (unmeritorious grounds) Jamaica [2014] UKUT 367 (IAC) This is an interesting decision of the Upper Tribunal (Haddon Cave J & UTJ Hanson) where it decided that appeals should not be mounted on the basis of a litany of forensic … Continue reading

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Arden LJ on CSIC and Permanent Residence

Ahmad v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] EWCA Civ 988 (16 July 2014) Should the spouse of an economically inactive EEA citizen, i.e. a national of one of the member states of the EU or of one … Continue reading

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