End of the AM (Zimbabwe) saga? Tribunal returns to Article 3 medical cases

Practitioners will no doubt be aware of the Supreme Court’s decision in AM (Zimbabwe) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2020] UKSC 17. The justices endorsed the European Court of Human Rights decision in Paposhvili v Belgium (applica ...

19th May 2022 By

UK-Rwanda refugee deal: first thoughts

The UK-Rwanda memorandum of understanding on asylum processing is now available. It sets out the terms of the agreement between the countries at a high level but provides some insight into how this scheme is supposed to work. Before removal Importantl ...

14th April 2022 By

Home Office policy on leave to remain for potential trafficking victims found unlawful

Judgment was handed down yesterday in the case of EOG v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2020] EWHC 3310 (Admin), a significant decision on the obligations of the Home Office to potential victims of human trafficking. The claim successfull ...

4th December 2020 By

Volunteer in Greece this summer – Refugee Legal Support Athens needs immigration lawyers

Greece has received the largest number of refugees entering Europe since the migrant crisis began and its legal community, already hit by years of austerity, has struggled to cope. Refugee Legal Support – Athens is the response of a few experien ...

11th May 2018 By