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Immigration update podcast, episode 23
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Welcome to the November 2015 edition of the Free Movement immigration update podcast. In this episode I talk a little about the latest immigration statistics, some rule changes on EU nationals applying for British nationality and the latest batch of immigration rule changes, I do a quick review of Upper Tribunal cases covered on Free Movement in November and then end with some big cases from the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal.
The material is drawn from the November 2015 blog posts on Free Movement.
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The downloadable 25 minute audio podcast follows the (non chronological) order of content below:
- New immigration statistics: some highlights
- EU nationals must apply for permanent residence card for British nationality applications
- Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules HC535: analysis
- Basnet case on failed payments for immigration applications revisited by tribunal
- Upper Tribunal considers lawfulness of granting Discretionary Leave to a child
- New Country Guidance case on Afghan Sikhs
- New case on airport monitoring and DRC
- Section 117C is limited to deportation cases, does not apply in removal cases
- Meaning of “unduly harsh” in the Immigration Rules
- President gives guidance on difference between human rights and public law challenges
- Guidance on appealing Upper Tribunal costs decisions to the Court of Appeal
- “Slavish” lodging of appeals against deportation determinations deplored by President of Upper Tribunal
- Protocol on communications between judges of the Family Court and Immigration and Asylum Chambers