- Supreme Court pronounces on “unduly harsh” deportation test, again
- Deportation law up for MORE revision: Supreme Court to hear appeal in HA (Iraq) case
- The effect of deportation on children: Imran case reversed
- Reconciliation with victim a factor against deportation
- Deportation of father not “unduly harsh” on child in loving home
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Supreme Court allows foreign criminal deportation case
The Supreme Court has allowed the appeal against the deportation of a Jamaican man who arrived in the UK aged ten. The case is SC (Jamaica) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 15. The judgment covers the application of the co ...16th June 2022
Foreign convictions in deportation appeals
When the Home Office is deporting someone for being convicted of a criminal offence, does it matter what country that conviction is from? In practice, probably not. This seems to be the effect of the Court of Appeal’s decision in Gosturani v Secr ...14th June 2022
Will Boris Becker be deported?
Boris Becker, three-time Wimbledon champion and many people’s favourite German, has been sentenced to two and a half years’ imprisonment for offences under the Insolvency Act 1986. Assuming Becker hasn’t acquired British citizenship, will he be ...10th May 2022
Past British citizenship not enough to save murderer from deportation
Are you a “foreign criminal” if you were a British citizen when convicted and sentenced, but you’ve lost that citizenship by the time the Home Office decides to deport you? Yes, said the Court of Appeal in Zulfiqar v Secretary of State f ...22nd April 2022
Deportation law up for MORE revision: Supreme Court to hear appeal in HA (Iraq) case
The Supreme Court has circulated a list of cases that it has agreed to hear on appeal in the coming months. The list includes two liberalising deportation rulings from the Court of Appeal, HA (Iraq) and AA (Nigeria) which we hoped had finally put thi ...21st December 2021
What does the Human Rights Act consultation say about migrants’ rights?
The government has published its proposals for changing the Human Rights Act 1998. Not all the consultation questions will be of professional interest to immigration lawyers — for instance, there are sections on free speech and trial by jury ...14th December 2021