- Immigration cases 2017—January to June review
- Article 8: Minimum Income Requirement, best interests and insurmountable obstacles
- Article 8: Article 8 assessment and Part 5A of NIAA 2002 (public interest considerations)
- Article 8: section 94B certification and out-of-country rights of appeal
- SSHD’s policy on British children (and their parents)
- Judicial review: duty of candour
- Judicial review: consent orders
- British nationality and stateless children
- Proxy marriages & EU Law
- Rights of appeal for extended family members
- Zambrano developments
- Ankara Agreement cases
- Protection claims
Immigration analysis: Adam Pipe, barrister at No 8 Chambers, picks out the key cases from January to June 2017 for immigration lawyers, and why they are of interest. The review covers decisions on Article 8 ECHR–related matters (including on the Minimum Income Requirement, best interests of the child, insurmountable obstacles, Part 5A public interest considerations and Section 94B certificates), British nationality and stateless children, EU law matters, judicial review developments and protection claims.
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