- Lexis®PSL Immigration monthly highlights—February 2017
- In this issue:
- Brexit and the future of immigration
- Brexit—home and away
- What will the future hold for the detained fast track?
- Supreme Court examines unlawful presence and Article 8 rights
- Headlines (News updates & analysis)
- Home Office expands online EEA application service to include family members
- Home Office publishes further details and draft Statutory Instrument on Immigration Skills Charge
- Right to Rent 'leading to discrimination', report claims
- New regulation will recover cost of NHS treatment to overseas visitors
- Proposed changes to Tribunal Procedure Rules
- What is the Controlling Migration Fund and how will it work?
- First short form judgment from Court of Appeal
- Immigration detainees 'denied access to advice'
- Scottish Parliament votes against Brexit
- UK must ensure EU free trade deal, says IoD in policy report on navigating Brexit
- President Trump and US immigration policy
- Relevant updates from other practice areas
- New and updated on Lexis®PSL Immigration
- New Practice Note
- Updated Practice Notes
- Latest Q&As
Welcome to the February 2017 highlights from the Lexis®PSL Immigration team, which provides links to key news stories from the last month (including news analysis from external experts on recent important cases and other developments), as well as a round-up of new and updated content in Lexis®PSL Immigration. Each month we will also be highlighting some content on Lexis®PSL Immigration that may be of interest to practitioners.
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