HJT would like to wish all our wonderful subscribers a very happy new year! We hope the start to your 2020 has been as exciting as ours!
Even with the holiday season the HJT office was filled to the brim with new and exciting updates to Mastering Immigration Law resource. This month you may find the long awaited update to our Mastering the Points Based System eBook which is now available to download in your account! You may find this in your MIL | eBooks Module. This new edition was finalised in November 2019.
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A full list of this months MIL updates may be found below:
- The OISC Registration Scheme – New information about OISC Level 1 (EUSS) and work permitted at this level and new information about OISC Level 3 JR Case Management authorisation.
- 4.3.8 Discretionary Leave – Discretionary Leave (for victims of trafficking): new case law added JP  EWHC 3346 (Admin) on the scheduling rule requiring asylum to be decided before DL for trafficking victims
- 4.3.10 Challenging NRM decisions – new case law added H  EWHC 3457 (Admin) on trafficking reconsiderations.
- 18.104.22.168 British Citizen Children – para on ‘compulsion to leave’ amended with reference to Patel (new case law reference at 11.4.7, below)
- 5.6.1 The Article 3 line of authority – N and Paposhvili (current developments): new case law added – AXB Jamaica  UKUT 397 (IAC) on burdens of proof and evidence of health conditions
- 22.214.171.124 ‘Suitability’ at the Leave to Remain stage: new section ‘NHS debts’ on exemptions for victims of violence or trafficking, added
- 7.2.5 Tier 1 Investors: new case law added – JW & Ors  UKUT 393 (IAC) on control of funds and pooled investments
- 9.5.2 Dublin 3: new case example – unreported case of JR112832014  UKAITUR on a case where the applicant left the EU temporarily during Dublin procedures
- 126.96.36.199 Pre-existing family: para on pre-existing relationship amended and new case law added – Sahebi  UKUT 394 (IAC) on the meaning of r352A(iii) a pre-flight relationship ‘existed’
- 11.1 Underlying legal principles, Brexit negotiations and settled status – sections re-written or amended
- 11.4.7 Derivative rights of residence: new case law added Patel  UKSC 59 on ‘compulsion to leave’ in Zambrano cases, and the applicability of Chavez Vilchez
- 11.6.8 Settled and pre-settled status (‘ILR/LTR under Appendix EU’): categories, procedure and differences between Appendix EU and the EEA Regs
- 12.2 Nationality Guidance – new case law added
- 188.8.131.52 Deportation criteria outside the rules: new case law added Akinyemi  EWCA Civ 2098 on long term residents born in the UK
- 184.108.40.206 The UT refuses permission: ‘Cart’ judicial reviews: two new case law items
We hope you find these updates useful and remember to include in your training plan for your CPD Activity. Stay tuned for more updates!
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