Nick Nason#3266

Nick Nason

Nick is founder and principal lawyer at Edgewater Legal, a firm specialising in immigration solutions for individuals and small companies. Prior to this Nick was a solicitor and in-house advocate at Luqmani Thompson & Partners (2010-2015), and before this a volunteer at Bail for Immigration Detainees (2009-2010). In 2016, Nick took a sabbatical and spent time volunteering with the Refugee Legal Aid Program at St. Andrew's Refugee Services (StARS) in Cairo, assisting individuals making initial asylum applications to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. Nick regularly writes about immigration law and policy issues for Free Movement, and was funded by the Strategic Legal Fund to provide an analysis of the legality of Operation Nexus, a collaboration between the police and immigration officials aimed at increasing the number of individuals deported from the UK.
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Brexit materials—Migration Advisory Committee report on the impact of EEA migration to the UK
Brexit materials—Migration Advisory Committee report on the impact of EEA migration to the UK
Practice notes

This Practice Note sets out the key findings and recommendations of the final Migration Advisory Committee report on the Impact of EEA migration to the UK after the end of the implementation period.

Brexit materials—the May government’s White Paper
Brexit materials—the May government’s White Paper
Practice notes

This Practice Note sets out the proposals of the Immigration White Paper, outlining the government’s plans for UK immigration after the end of the implementation period.

Challenging deportation decisions
Challenging deportation decisions
Practice notes

This Practice Note outlines issues specific to appeals and other challenges to deportation decisions. It also covers certification of asylum and human rights challenges to deportation and suspensive and non-suspensive appeal rights as well as applications to revoke a deportation order.

Deportation
Deportation
Practice notes

This Practice Note outlines when a decision to deport from the UK may be made and the different considerations applicable to foreign criminals, specific nationals and refugees.

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