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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.

False imprisonment
False imprisonment
Practice notes

This Practice Note covers false imprisonment generally and in the personal injury context. It discusses liability, limitation, causes of action, procedure and damages.

What is the right of abode?
What is the right of abode?
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides an overview of the UK immigration status of the right of abode. It covers the historical background of the status, how a person may prove that they have a right of abode and how to challenge a refusal of an application for a confirmatory certificate or a decision to revoke the right of abode from a Commonwealth citizen who is not also a British citizen.

Who is a British citizen (automatic acquisition)?
Who is a British citizen (automatic acquisition)?
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides an overview of the situations in which a person who meets prescribed conditions will automatically acquire British citizenship by operation of law under the British Nationality Act 1981 (BNA 1981). Prescribed conditions exist relating to: children born in the UK or a qualifying territory to a British citizen, settled parent or member of the armed forces; foundlings; adopted children; children in respect of whom there is a parental order; children who are deemed British by descent; children born stateless in a British overseas territory.

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