The story of a brilliant student from Malawi who took the Home Office to court over its decision to refuse him citizenship.
I will never forget the day I met my client Samuel. It was the 15th of August 2013. I normally see my clients at my
“Fahad Bhai, I’m still here” the voice whispered over the phone. “AHMED!!!? What do you mean you’re still here? You should be on the plane!” I responded barely believing what I was hearing. “It left without me”, he explained …
Without evidence of her right to live in the UK, she began to experience numerous difficulties. It was not long before Aisha’s limited life’s savings ran out and she was no longer able to pay her rent..
I am the type of person the Daily Mail has warned you about; the self-righteous protector of all things foreign at the expense of the indigenous British people, the one selling all local jobs to less experienced and under-qualified foreign workers, and opening the gates of the UK to the vilest and most despicable of creatures guilty of the most heinous of crimes. Yes, I am an immigration lawyer.