It seems that caseworkers at the Home Office are increasingly confusing their role believing themselves to be police detectives rather than immigration decision-makers.
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Windrush: The Tip of the Iceberg
For anyone wanting a two minute summary of all that is wrong about the Windrush scandal, they should watch this passionate speech by Labour MP
Immigration Application Fees Due to Increase on 6 April 2018
It is that time of year again when the Home Office decides to make it even more difficult for foreign nationals to try and regularise
Surviving Slavery: A Tribute to Victims of Trafficking on International Women’s Day
On International Women’s Day, I wish to pay tribute to a former client named ‘Maria’ who overcame a childhood of abuse and trafficking to take
Tribunal: Home Office Wrong for Refusing to Accept that EEA National’s Stroke and Brain Injury Caused Her To Stop Working
A good start to the week with the First-Tier Tribunal allowing my client’s appeal against the decision of the Home Office to refuse to issue
Supreme Court: Extended Family Members of EU Nationals DO Have a Right of Appeal
The Supreme Court has confirmed that extended family members of EEA nationals do enjoy a right of appeal.
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