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Immigration update podcast, episode 6


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Welcome to the June 2014 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. As normal, the material for the podcast is drawn from blog posts on Free Movement. This month I start by saying a little bit about the new Immigration Act before going on to look at case law updates, a few news items and then finish with various rules changes. The material follows the order of links to content below.

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Immigration Act

Free Immigration Act ebook

Immigration Act 2014: full text

Text of amended Modern Slavery Bill now published

Cases: higher courts

Woman who temporarily gives up work for childbirth still a worker

Italy and Dublin: Tabrizagh test case

Update on Haleemudeen vs Edgehill

Two new cases on dishonesty in immigration applications

Refusal of legal aid held unlawful

Cases: tribunal

Financial year for Appendix FM

MORE evidential flexibility cases

Points Based System flexibility to be considered by Supreme Court

Useful case for partners of refugees seeking entry

From gossip to gospel: Tamils and self infliction

News and reports

New report on EU law casework at Home Office

“No right of appeal” human rights decisions

Home Office standard human rights submissions

Rules changes

Amendment to EEA regulations on worker status and job seeking

Upper Tribunal procedure rule amendment on service

Educational Testing Service officially dropped from Immigration Rules

When is a rule not a rule? Students and veracity checks

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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.