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Immigration update podcast, episode 72


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Welcome to episode 72 of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. This month we start with the excellent result on child citizenship fees and the Supreme Court’s clarification of the legal test in Zambrano cases. There are also interesting cases on investment visas, unlawful detention and deportation law to cover, as well some developments in asylum law.

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The downloadable 20-minute podcast follows the running order below:


£1,000 child citizenship fee found unlawful


Supreme Court says Zambrano test is usually a simple one


Tribunal shoots down £100m investment visa loan scheme


Mentally ill man detained for 838 days awarded £100,000 compensation


Public interest in deporting criminals can be reduced, says Court of Appeal

Risk of trauma for children not enough to prevent deportation


Delay policy leaving trafficking victims in limbo found unlawful

Burden of proof on internal relocation still on appellant says Upper Tribunal

Upper Tribunal slams Home Office for inability to read dictionary

No absolute confidentiality for asylum information in family cases

Briefing: the new Home Office policy on statelessness


Government strikes back in court battle over depriving terror suspects of British citizenship

National security court slams immigration lawyers


Avoiding the naughty step in Cart judicial review cases

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Colin Yeo

Colin Yeo

Immigration and asylum barrister, blogger, writer and consultant at Garden Court Chambers in London and founder of the Free Movement immigration law website.