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Immigration update podcast, episode 64


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Welcome to the April 2019 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This month we start with a big Court of Appeal decision on “paragraph 322(5)” tax cases and the state of play on the new business visas. There’s just one asylum judgment to review, but several on deportation and detention. We’ll then look at some immigration appeals law and some non-Brexit EU law before finishing on the compensation scheme for victims of the Windrush scandal.

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The downloadable 25-minute audio podcast follows the running order below:

Paragraph 322(5)

Major judgment finds Home Office policy of ejecting migrants over tax discrepancies “legally flawed”

Business immigration

Appendix W guidance published

Early warning signs for new innovator visa route as endorsements hard to come by

Comment: urgent rethink needed on UK’s visa for global entrepreneurs

How to invest: Court of Appeal gives important guidance to entrepreneurs


Gay men from Albania can relocate to capital Tirana says tribunal


Yet more guidance on automatic deportation

Important new judgments on KO (Nigeria) case and removing migrants with children in the UK


How to apply for bail accommodation: latest from the Home Office

Aggravated damages for unlawfully detained hunger striker


Court of Appeal approves controversial rule allowing Home Office to ignore appeal judgments

Who decides when an immigration appeal ends?

Video link appeals not a breach of GDPR, tribunal says

EU free movement

EU citizens retain worker status for six months after two weeks’ work

Carer for 87-year-old British woman allowed to stay in the UK after Zambrano appeal

EU citizens cannot rely on human rights in appeals against refusals


How to apply to the Windrush compensation scheme

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Colin Yeo

Immigration and asylum barrister, blogger, writer and consultant at Garden Court Chambers in London and founder of the Free Movement immigration law website.