Immigration Law (14 June – 28 June)

Immigration News How could a UK points-based immigration system work? BBC News – 27 June New MP candidate, Boris Johnson, has expressed an interest in looking into an Australian-style... Read more

Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: May Teaser

In the news this month, at time of writing, Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation after failing to successfully push her Brexit deal through Parliament. The status quo is that the... Read more

Immigration Law (13 May – 24 May)

Immigration News “In limbo”: migrants stripped of leave to remain in the UK but can’t be removed Free Movement – 24 May In the case of RA (Iraq) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department... Read more

Immigration Law (29 April – 13 May)

Immigration News Funding boost for councils looking after asylum seeking children GOV.UK – 8 May Immigration Minister, Caroline Nokes, has announced a funding boost of over £30 million for local... Read more

Immigration Law (15 April – 29 April)

Immigration News May Facing Immigration Bill Revolt To Prevent Cap On Foreign Student Numbers Huffington Post – 26 April A number of Tory MPs have joined up with Labour to protest against Theresa... Read more

Immigration Law (4 March – 18 March)

Immigration News Thousands of children 'could become undocumented' after Brexit The Guardian – 18 March Children’s legal charity, Coram, has expressed its concern that thousands of children of EU... Read more

Immigration Law (18 February – 4 March)

Immigration News 'Right to rent' checks breach human rights - High Court BBC News – 1 March The High Court has ruled that the ‘right to rent’ scheme which requires landlords to check the... Read more

Immigration Law (4 February – 18 February)

Immigration News High Court finds that bail accommodation system is broken, declines to intervene Free Movement – 15 February Alexander Schymyck discusses the case of R (AC (Algeria)) v Secretary... Read more

Immigration Law (7 January – 21 January)

Immigration News Data laws could harm EU citizens’ attempts to stay in UK, court told The Guardian – 17 January The High Court has heard that some EU citizens are being denied access to their... Read more

Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: January Teaser

In this month’s briefing we cover case law and other developments up to 7 December 2018. The much-anticipated Immigration White Paper was too late to be covered but will be in next month. In the... Read more

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