Chambers is delighted to announce publication of "Support for Asylum-seekers and other Migrants"

Wednesday 28 October 2009

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Chambers is delighted to announce publication of "Support for Asylum-seekers and other Migrants", (third edition), the only handbook focusing exclusively on the welfare and legal rights of asylum-seekers. It has now been expanded to cover the welfare needs of other migrants, in particular refused asylum-seekers at the end of the process and EU nationals.

The book presents the law in an accessible and practical way for quick reference or in-depth advice. It is up to date to include all the relevant domestic, European and international legislation and case-law, with eligibility tables and hints for dealing with difficult cases.

Contents include:
- asylum and immigration law
- new chapter on EU law and the right to reside
- benefits
- asylum support eligibility
- asylum support provision
- new chapter on Section 4 support
- new chapter on appeals and remedies
- housing
- community care
- new chapter on health care

Up to date to include: Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009 * latest decisions affecting EU nationals * changes to asylum support tribunal structure * community care duties after R (M) v Slough * equality duties * earned citizenship and new housing rights.

Sue Willman is a solicitor and head of the Public and Human Rights Law Team, Pierce Glynn Solicitors, London, also specialising in social welfare law.

Stephen Knafler is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers in London. He is general editor of the Community Care Law Reports.
Contributors: Adrian Berry, Adam Hundt and Jawaid Luqmani.

Sue Willman and Stephen Knafler
Third edition/ £45/ September 2009 /Pb 978 1 903307 72 4 (800pp)

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