Another month into Immigration means another month of changes, both beneficial and frustrating! HJT are keeping on top of the latest changes, available exclusively via our Mastering Immigration Law Subscription service. This months update combines the remainder of March and the beginning of April 2019. These updates focus primarily on European Union Law and reflects the recent Statement of Changes. Please see here for our previous update: Mastering Immigration Law Brexit Update
Our cumulative list of updates for this post may seem short, but with so many revisions coming into force, a huge section of text available to subscribers has been re-written to reflect the current standings of the law, particularly those in our April Part 1 Update dealing with Brexit and Settled Status. Please see below for the remainder of March and the beginning of April’s update:
March 2019 Part 2
Amendments to Reg 9 of the 2016 Regs opening up Surinder Singh rights to extended family members of British citizens – re-write of most of section 11.3
Revisions to dependent relatives of EEA national 11.4.3
Revision of ‘general considerations’ relating extended family members of EEA nationals and cross reference to new section on appeal rights 11.4.6
Re-written section on appeal rights for extended family members of EEA- and British citizens 11.8.1
Jawo and time limits for third country removals in context of absconding 9.5.1
Jawo on the assessment of Art 3 breaches resulting from third country removals 126.96.36.199
Islam on evidential requirements for demonstrating and ongoing business in Tier 1 7.2.1
April 2019 Part 1
Re-written section ‘Brexit negotiations and settled status’ 11.1
Re-written section on settled status 11.6.8
You may also find these updates and previous updates in MIL | Updates & Documentation
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