In all types of asylum, immigration or human rights applications, you will need evidence to support your application. What is good evidence?
We were pleased to hear the news last week that the Supreme Court had dismissed the Home Office’s appeal on the matter of Mr Jalloh’s unlawful curfew, which had been maintained for two years.
The CW4 Appeals Project is a new project focusing on immigration and asylum legal aid cases where legal aid is withdrawn on the basis of the merits test.
A reminder about applying for EU Settled Status, with links to useful resources.
Taking a look at structural unfairness, when behaviour of the Home Office representatives at appeal hearings is treated very differently by judges and the Tribunal than when someone seeking asylum or other right to remain does something comparable.
The Supreme Court has unanimously upheld a 2018 decision from the Court of Appeal that, prior to March 2017, the Home Office had been detaining people under the Dublin Regulations unlawfully.
The latest video from our series on understanding the UK asylum and immigration system – this one is on understanding case law.
Find out what it is, where to find it, and how to use it in your legal case.
Upper Tribunal finds that “the situation in Sudan remains volatile after civil protests started in late 2018 and the future is unpredictable” and the 2009/2015 cases on non-Arab Darfuris stand.
Over the last decade, drastic legal aid cuts have left many to navigate the asylum and immigration system unrepresented. Last week, there was some rare good news when the government announced that separated children would once again get legal aid for immigration and citizenship issues.
According to the Ethics and Integrity Minister Simon Lokodo, the Ugandan government is intending to re-table the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, that threatened to become law five years ago.
Reuters news agency reports that the bill will be re-introduced in parliament in the coming weeks and is expected to be voted on before the end of the year.