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Prison time doesn’t count as “residence” in establishing enhanced EU law protection against deportation

Prison time doesn’t count as “residence” in establishing enhanced EU law protection against deportation

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the judicial review case of Hafeez v Secretary of State for the Home Department & AnorĀ [2020] EWHC 437 (Admin). In that judgment, handed down on 28 February, the High Court held that ...

Iain Halliday is an Advocate (the Scottish equivalent of a Barrister) at Themis Advocates. He specialises in public law, including immigration and asylum, retained EU law, human rights, and judicial review.

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