Our summer season is in full swing here at HJT, with sold out accreditation courses, and exciting sessions with Sandra Akinbolu and Mark Symes coming up, we’ve got plenty in store for our customers! This months cumulative list of updates for our Mastering Immigration Law Subscription service covers recent guidance from the Home Office and New Case Law introduced in 2019. Collated and applied throughout the month, all updates are live in MIL subscribers Modules. Simply Log in and access!
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May 2019 MIL Updates:
Addition to 1.3.6 on Home Office Approach to Illegal Working
Addition to 220.127.116.11 with case law from ERA vs Basildon and Thurrock Hospital 
Inclusion of National Audit Office report from 22nd May 2019 in 2.3.3
Addition to 4.2.18 on RA Iraq – Limbo Status
Addition to 6.2.1 subsection “subsisting and having met” to include Home Office Guidance published in May 2019 – “Family Policy: Partner, divorce and dissolution”
New Case Law AS (Afghanistan)  added to 8.5
Bilali Directive added to 8.9
New addition and update to existing content in 9.3.4 including BF (Eritrea)  and New Home office Guidance
Case Law addition to 12.4 Hassan, R 
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You may also find these updates and previous updates in MIL | Updates & Documentation
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