Oakley Press Ltd British Immigration Practice Handbook (4ed) 2 Vols Since the last edition:- Illegitimate children born to British fathers before 01 July 2006 are no.. Product #: 9780957041288 Regular price: $120.00 $120.00
British Immigration Practice Handbook (4ed) 2 Vols
Since the last edition:-
- Illegitimate children born to British fathers before 01 July 2006 are now entitled to registration as British citizens.
- It now possible for the Secretary of State to strip a person of their citizenship even if it renders them stateless.
- The rules on EEA National Jobseekers have been tightened.
- Regulation 9 of the 2006 EEA Regulations has been tightened to ensure that people do not go around Appendix FM.
- The Rules governing Croatians have been amended.
- EX.2. has been added to EX. I.
- Appendix V has replaced the myriad of visitors' categories we used to have.
- Direct contact is now required for applications as parents of British citizen parents.
- Rights of appeal in immigration decisions have wiped out. We now have administrative reviews instead.
- Administrative review is now firmly anchored in the Immigration Rules.
- Rights of appeal in ECAA cases have been replaced with administrative review.
- The Rules surrounding bail rights have been tightened. In most cases the permission of the Secretary of State is now required.
- People applying for limited leave to enter or remain now have to pay the NHS Surcharge.
- The Courts have declared the Fast Track Regime unlawful.
- The Courts have also ruled against the Legal Aid Exceptional Funding Policy as we know it.
- In terms of Article 8, there is a debate whether Article 8 is still relevant in the light of Appendix FM.
- The case of Gulshan has been criticised by the High Court.
- The rights of students to switch in-country to any other category have been seriously curtailed.
- The 1999 Act has been amended to make it easy for the Secretary of State to remove people.
- The 2014 Act has settled.
- There are now new First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal Rules.
- The Morden Slavery Act 2015 is now law.
- The Secretary of State's policy of deport first and appeal second is in full swing.
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