Frances Allen#82

Frances Allen

Frances is a specialist in immigration, human rights and asylum law and has advised, drafted grounds and represented at all levels including public direct access.

Frances has presented lectures to practitioners and specialist groups and was a member of the fact-finding mission sent by the Parliamentary Human Rights Group to Pakistan in October 2006. The team's report, entitled Parliamentary Human Rights Group Report: "Rabwah: A place for Martyrs", formed the basis for the AIT's country guidance case of IA and Others (Ahmadis: Rabwah) Pakistan CG [2007] UKAIT 00088.

Contributed to

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Family with dependent children who have no leave to remain and who have not made a claim for asylum/protection
Family with dependent children who have no leave to remain and who have not made a claim for asylum/protection
Practice notes

This Practice Note discusses issues that a local authority (LA) should consider in its treatment of non asylum seeking families with no leave to remain and dependent children, including the LA’s duties towards a family of this type and the steps that an LA can take to avoid breaching the family’s rights under the European Convention of Human Rights.

Practice Areas

Panel

  • Contributing Author

Qualified Year

  • 1995

Education

  • Bar Vocational Course (ICSL), CPE (City), BSc Zoology (KCL)

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