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Mastering Immigration Law Subscription Updates November 2018

We hope you are all having a wonderful time during the festive season, our HJT research team has finalized all November updates with the inclusion of recently updated case law.

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Immigration health surcharge doubles on 8 January 2019 1.5.7.5

LI on past use of a false document and requirement to show active dishonesty 2.3

Updated section on fee waivers following withdrawal of all relevant paper forms 1.5.7.4

KO (Nigeria) on weight to be given to parents’ immigration status 2.5

Active War Zone Policy – amendment to wording 4.2.7

ES and the significance of NRM decisions to the determination of trafficking at asylum appeals – differing standards of proof 4.3.10

Introduction of a Windrush hardship fund 4.2.14

AS(Guinea) on the standard of proof to be applied to questions of statelessness 4.4

Amendment to ‘removal window’ procedures in former ch 6 EIG 14.2.6

Macastena past periods of residence of EEA durable partners who did not hold a residence card as such does not count as ‘lawful residence’ for long residence purposes 5.2.1

Inclusion of partners of refugees to the rules on ILR for domestic violence victims 6.3

KO (Nigeria) on significant periods of a child’s UK residence; the relative weight of parents’ immigration history; and cases where both parents lack status 5.3.2, 13.4.2.1

Rhuppiah on the meaning of precariousness 2.2.3.2, 5.4.8, 6.2, 13.4.2.1

Amendments in line with the new ‘front end services’ 1.5.3, 1.5.7.3

Hemmati and the legality of detention of asylum seekers for Dublin 3 purposes during period January 2014 until 15 March 2017 9.5.1

Omar on the adequacy of the Transfer for Determination of an Application for International Protection (Detention) (Significant Risk of Absconding Criteria) Regulations 2017 9.5.1

New API on ‘Calais leave’ 4.2.17

Christy and the significance of the basis and legality of British citizens’ family members in an EU member state 11.3

Amendments to the ‘forms’ section following replacement of paper- with online forms 1.5.7.1

Lauzikas and work restrictions on EEA nationals against whom there is a deportation order – new section 11.7.2.7

KO (Nigeria) on proportionality of splitting up a family in deportation proceedings 13.4.3


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24th December 2018

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