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Relatives of refugees are not legally refugees after all

Relatives of refugees are not legally refugees after all

The Court of Appeal has held that the UN Refugee Convention should not be interpreted to include an implied type of derivative refugee status for the family members of refugees. As a result, anyone who was granted refugee status under ...

Alex is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers

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