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Immigration cases 2017: July to December review

Immigration analysis: Adam Pipe, barrister at No 8 Chambers, picks out the key cases from July to December 2017 for immigration lawyers, and why they are of interest. Issues covered include Article 3 ECHR medical cases; EU law developments; visit visas, appeals and Article 8 ECHR; Tier 1 Entrepreneurs; deprivation of citizenship; consequences of sponsor licence revocation and whether a domestic violence application constitutes a human rights application and thereby attracts a right of appeal.

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Head notes of the Upper Tribunal (IAC) reported cases for May - August 2017

CS and Others (Proof of Foreign Law : India) [2017] UKUT 199 (IAC) (2 May 2017) URL: http://www.bailii.org/uk/cases/UKUT/IAC/2017/199.html The content of any material foreign law is a question of fact normally determined on the basis of expert evidence.

Eisa, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Dublin; Articles 27 and 17) [2017] UKUT 261 (IAC) (24 May 2017) URL: http://www.bailii.org/uk/cases/UKUT/IAC/2017/261.html (1) Judicial review is a remedy of sufficient flexibility to comply with Article 27(1) of Regulation 604/2013 (Dublin III).



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