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Immigration update podcast, episode 32
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Welcome to the August 2016 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This episode I start with the issue of when an EU national can apply for naturalisation, cover several Court of Appeal then High Court cases and then move on to talk about a few Home Office policy issues.
The material is all drawn from the August 2016 blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 20 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- EU nationals must apply for permanent residence card for British nationality applications
- Court of Appeal gives (more) guidance on deportation cases
- No in-country right of appeal for two men accused of having their English tests taken by a proxy
- Seven year rule for children must be satisfied at date of application
- Refusal to investigate trafficking claim did not breach ECHR
- Section 3C does not apply to EU law residence applications
- Certification of Albanian asylum claims as clearly unfounded overturned by Court of Appeal
- Challenge to Detained Asylum Casework process fails
- Administrative Court judicial review guide: essential reading for practitioners
- New Home Office API on Gay Asylum Claims: Not Fit For Purpose
- New improved refugee family reunion policy published by Home Office
- New guidance and numbers on sham marriage investigations published by Home Office