Tag Archives: British Overseas Citizens

‘Historic Injustice’: Adult Child’s Appeal Allowed

AP (India) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] EWCA Civ 89 (13 February 2015) The Court of Appeal recently revisited the theme of “historic injustice” and Elias, McCombe and King LJJ unanimously held in this case … 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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British nationality claims: The Case of the East African Asians

How the claim arises (see update here) There is a large population of South Asians in East Africa. Their presence there dates back to the time of the British Empire when large numbers of South Asian workers were brought to … Continue reading

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Kenyan constitutional reform: potential problems in Africa’s Asian British citizenship maze

It is entirely possible that Kenyan Asians who were persecuted in Kenya and discriminated against at home in the UK (which denied them their rightful entry into the UK through perverse legislation such as the Commonwealth Immigrants Act 1968) will … Continue reading

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