- What will be the impact of the Bill of Rights Bill on immigration cases?
- Greek pushback operation violated right to life of 11 people drowned
- In-country fee waivers: who qualifies and what does the Home Office guidance say?
- Home Office offering extensions to people denied settlement
- Free family visas: the entry clearance fee waiver policy
Latest Human Rights posts
Greek pushback operation violated right to life of 11 people drowned
The European Court of Human Rights has concluded that a maritime pushback operation conducted by Greek coastguards in 2014 violated the right to life of the 11 people who drowned in the process. The case is Safi and Others v Greece (application no. 54 ...13th July 2022
In-country fee waivers: who qualifies and what does the Home Office guidance say?
Immigration applications are extremely expensive. Most requests for permission to stay in the UK (other than under the Points Based Immigration System) now cost £1,048. In addition, applicants may need to pay an Immigration Health Surcharge (£624 a ...12th July 2022
Home Office offering extensions to people denied settlement
The Home Office has published guidance on when officials should vary an application for indefinite leave to remain and instead grant an extension of permission to stay (i.e. limited leave to remain). The stated rationale is to ensure that people who a ...6th July 2022
Free family visas: the entry clearance fee waiver policy
The Home Office has published guidance on fee waivers for entry clearance applications (in other words, when it is possible to get a visa for free). This is important as the fees are set at a level that is prohibitive for many families. The waiver app ...30th June 2022
Challenge to “deport first, appeal later” process rejected
The Upper Tribunal has rejected a challenge to the Article 8 compliance of the “deport first, appeal later” system despite previously having ordered the Home Office to bring the claimant back to the UK to ensure he had an effective appeal. ...28th June 2022
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