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Immigration update podcast, episode 4
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Welcome to the April 2014 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This month’s update podcast covers some asylum and human rights updates on military service and asylum, the big win for Refugee Action on asylum support levels, an interesting grant of permission by the Court of Appeal on health and human rights issues and on child victims and tribunal hearings. There’s a couple of posts on family immigration, namely the tough rules on adult dependent relatives and the Home Office freeze on decisions affected by the spouse minimum income rule. Lastly I turn to procedural questions, firstly discussing Basnet type cases where an immigration application is returned as invalid and moving on the commencement date for the human rights immigration rules of July 2012.
There was a bit less legal ground to cover than previous months but this allows for a slightly more in depth look at each legal issue than was possible in my previous podcasts.
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The downloadable 25 minute audio podcast follows the order of content below, which is grouped by theme rather than in chronological order.