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New Home Office policy: Exclusion from the UK


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Important if dealing with cases involving exclusion from the UK:

This guidance has been completely re-formatted and deals with the exclusion of both non-Economic European Area (non-EEA) nationals and European Economic Area (EEA) nationals and their family members. It replaces Exclusion decisions and exclusion orders guidance which has been archived. It includes:

  • advice on the Authority to Carry Scheme 2015
  • explanation of unacceptable behaviour
  • updated guidance on rights of appeal
  • advice on notification of decisions
  • advice on excluding EEA nationals or their family members under the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2016
  • advice on deprivation of citizenship in exclusion cases

Just after we put out a detailed post and new course on this (available to members now), which will now need some re-writing…

Source: Exclusion from the UK – GOV.UK

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