All updates for April & May 2018 are accessible here:
- Banger opinion of the ECJ Advocate General on Surinder Singh, extended family members and appeal rights 11.4.6
- Watson and the ongoing role of the FTT in assessing suitability of out of country appeals 22.214.171.124
- AJ (Kiarie and Byndloss questions) Nigeria and the correct FTT approach to appeals certified under s94B 126.96.36.199
- Yussuf and the meaning of ‘liable for deportation 188.8.131.52
- ECJ case Vomero and eligibility for enhanced protection against expulsion 184.108.40.206
- Thierno Barry and the weight of public interest considerations in pre-2014 Act appeals 13.6.1
- Talpada and substantive unfairness in public law relating to PBS 7.2.2
- Ryanair and the right of admission to family members of EEA nationals on residence cards of other member states 11.6.1
- DW Jamaica and the public interest element of ‘revulsion’ after Hesham Ali 13.6.1
- MP C-353/16 and HP for country of origin’s failure to redress effects of torture 220.127.116.11
- SB(Afghanistan) and the risks of last minute instructions in imminent removal cases 14.8.3
- Sathivel and practitioners’ duties to the court in imminent removal cases 14.8.3
- Parveen and the required level of evidence of ‘very significant obstacles to integration’ 5.3.3
- MA (Somalia) and Abdulla – cessation decisions and Art 3 humanitarian considerations 8.7
- TZ(Pakistan) & PG (India) on meeting rules requirements in human rights appeals 18.104.22.168
- API Dublin III added to 9.5.1
- Suitability – new, consolidated section at 6.1.5
- Reasonable to expect a child to leave the UK – new, consolidated section 5.3.2
- Tribunal bail guidance – new section 22.214.171.124 and revised section 13.2.2
- Windrush scheme – new section 4.2.14 (cross referenced from relevant sections on Nationality at 12.1.9 and hostile environment at 1.3.6)
- Re-ordered appeals guidance linked throughout Module 14
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