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Immigration update podcast, episode 38
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Welcome to the February 2017 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This episode I start with two major developments, namely the coming into force of new EEA immigration regulations and the judgment of the Supreme Court in the MM case. I run through some Home Office and enforcement news, cover some bits of immigration rule analysis we added in Febrary and end with a few tribunal cases.
The material is all drawn from the February 2017 blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 25 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- New policies, processes and forms for EU nationals show hardening Home Office position
- Supreme Court upholds Minimum Income Rule of £18,600 to sponsor foreign spouses in MM case
Home Office and enforcement news
- NHS shares patient data of suspected immigration offenders with Home Office
- What is the no recourse to public funds condition?
- Border Force needs to ‘up their game’ on slavery
Immigration rule analysis
- Overstaying and applying for further leave: end of the 28 day grace period
- General grounds for refusal: owing a litigation debt to the Home Office
- General grounds for refusal: owing a debt to the NHS
- The case of Irene Clennell and the rules on returning residents with ILR