The Supreme Court judgement answers when it will be unreasonable to expect a non-British child who has been resident in the UK for seven or more years to leave the UK.
It is imperative that licence holders understand sponsor duties and responsibilities because if compliance is not met, the Home Office can suspend or even revoke your Sponsor Licence.
The government’s system for deporting foreign criminals before they have had a chance to appeal breaches their human rights, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Court of Appeal confirms lawfulness of Immigration Rules on bringing adult dependent relatives to the UK for settlement
A challenge to the lawfulness of the Rules was brought by BRITCITS, a pressure group formed to challenge the changes to the Immigration Rules of July 2012
The reasoning is that the right of appeal is specifically a right of appeal against an EEA decision. The EEA appeal should focus on EEA law.
The Home Office takes the view that as employers benefit directly from sponsorship, they must play their part in ensuring the system is not abused.
A Family of a Settled Person allows nationals from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland who are married (or in a Civil Partnership) to British nationals or those who hold indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK to enter or remain in the UK with their partner.