“Precarious” immigration status
We know what the word “precarious” means in everyday speech. But what does it mean in the context of immigration
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Tier 2 sponsor licence – revocation – courts take a restrictive view
As many readers will know, the Tier 2 immigration scheme is the scheme for non-EEA skilled workers – the sort
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Illegal migrants – constituents – MPs
What, in the political field, is the definition of a constituent? The answer would presumably be somebody who lives in
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Latest statement of changes to the immigration rules October 2018 – evidential flexibility
The Home Office’s latest statement of changes to the immigration rules contains various new provisions for the felicitously-named Appendix EU,
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Academics refused visitor visas
The “Women Leaders in Global Health” conference, held recently at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, aimed to
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Upper Immigration Tribunal – “robust” comments may be acceptable
  It was one of those curious and complicated stories that sometimes emerges from the Upper Tribunal. Mr Victor Ortega,
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Unmarried partners of EEA nationals – unequal rights
The UK immigration rules provide quite liberal treatment for unmarried partners. If they can prove that they have been living
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Entitlement to benefits for UK visa holders
A recent story from the media concerns a cardiac physiologist, Paul Ermitano, and his wife Jamila, who are Philippines nationals
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Post-Brexit Immigration
The Conservative Party annual conference revealed Prime Minister Theresa May dancing to Abba and also – less exciting but probably
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