Human rights

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TOP ORGANISATIONS WORKING ON HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES
RIGHTSINFO

Clear and reliable information about why human rights matter with shareable infographics, videos and more

JUSTICE

Membership organisation for lawyers and others seeking to inform debate, frame issues and influence decision-makers from across the political spectrum

LIBERTY

Campaign group working to protect basic rights and freedoms through the courts, in Parliament and in the wider community

HOME OFFICE HUMAN RIGHTS POLICIES
CONSIDERING HUMAN RIGHTS IN VISIT CASES

In the context of overseas visit visa applications

HUMAN RIGHTS IN MEDICAL CLAIMS

Medical treatment removal cases based on Article 3

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16th May 2024
BY Sonia Lenegan

The immigration rules allow some people to apply to remain in the UK on the basis of long residence. Those who had periods of overstaying

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10th May 2024
BY Alex Piletska

Appendix Long Residence of the immigration rules enables a person with 10 continuous and lawful years of residence in the UK to apply for indefinite

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9th May 2024
BY Alex Piletska

On 18 April 2024, the Court of Appeal held in ASY & Ors v Home Office [2024] EWCA Civ 373 that damages are payable to

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8th May 2024
BY Nakita Hedges

In AM (Belarus) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2024] UKSC 13, in a judgment delivered by Lord Sales, the Supreme Court has

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24th April 2024
BY Colin Yeo

The Home Secretary has lost a case where it was argued that a refugee who held indefinite leave to remain in the UK should not

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19th April 2024
BY Sonia Lenegan