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Immigration & Asylum Update: Clearly Unfounded Certificates; a Settled Approach?

What is the role of the Court or Tribunal when assessing a challenge against a certification of an asylum claim as ‘clearly unfounded'?

Immigration/Asylum Team Update: LASPO 5 Years On…

The Bar Council recently carried out a campaign on Twitter using the hashtag #LASPOStories, where Barristers were able to share their experiences and observations of the ef...

Windrush Compensation Consultation: Response from Kenworthy’s Chambers Immigration Team

The Compensation Scheme formula must include a reparation element in terms of making true amends to the harsh realities and consequences, that have resulted from the polic...

Immigration & Asylum Law Update: Durable Partners of EEA National After Surviving Domestic Abuse Successes

Previously, we posted about Mark Schwenk's success in the case of an unmarried partner of a European Union citizen, who had successfully retained her right of residence upo...

Immigration & Asylum Law Update: Cart Style Judicial Review – Keeping the Upper Tribunal Honest

One of a number of measures restricting the ability of those in the UK's immigration or asylum system from accessing the Courts in recent years was the introduction and app...

Ex-Tempore Judgements – Observations by the Upper Tribunal

As part of a decision offering some guidance on when the best interests of the child can be outweighed by an adverse immigration history

Immigration & Asylum Law - Rights of Appeal for Extended Family Members

Following on from our original article on Rights of Appeal for Extended Family Members; judgement has now been handed down by the Court of Appeal

Immigration & Asylum Update: War, Conflict and the Best Interests of the Child

When are the conditions in a given country relevant to the best interests of the child, whom it is proposed will return there?

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