Immigration Law Bulletin - Issue 328 - 10 June 2013

Monday 10 June 2013

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The toughening of Tier 4 rules could cause long-term damage to Britain's universities and cost £2.4bn over the next decade, according to research by Universities UK.

The Ministry of Justice consultation on its proposal Transforming Legal Aid, closed on 4 June 2013. Click here to read Garden Court Chambers' response.

Cases

MA & Ors v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2013] EUECJ C-648/11
6 June 2013

Article 6 of Council Regulation (EC) No 343/2003 ('Dublin II Regulations') for establishing the criteria for determining the Member State responsible for examining an asylum application lodged in one of the Member States by a third-country national should be interpreted as meaning that; where an unaccompanied minor with no member of his family legally present in the territory of a Member State has lodged asylum applications in more than one Member State, the Member State in which that minor is currently present, after having lodged an asylum application there, is to be designated the 'Member State responsible'. For the full judgment click here.

ZZ v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2013] EUECJ C-300/11
4 June 2013

The requirements under Article 30(2) and Article 31 of Directive 2004/38/EC ('the Citizens Directive') that a reasoned refusal should be given when a decision to refuse a right of entry on public policy grounds under Article 27 is made, can be limited to what is necessary and in a manner which takes due account of the confidentiality of the evidence that formed the basis of the decision. For the full judgment click here.

Mohammed v Austria 2283/12 Chamber Judgment [2013] ECHR 516
6 June 2012

A Sudanese asylum seeker successfully relied on Art3/13 of the ECHR to resist the Austrian Government's reliance on an historical transfer order to Hungary, for his asylum claim to be considered there, under the provisions of Council Regulation (EC) No 343/2003. The ECtHR found that following a fresh claim for asylum in Austria, the Austrian Government were obliged to consider whether a further transfer order was appropriated, particularly in light of new evidence regarding detention conditions for asylum seekers, and other failings in processing asylum applications, in Hungary. For the full judgment click here.

Courses and Training

Surrogacy: immigration, nationality and family law issues
ILPA, Wednesday 12 June 2013

Speakers: Naomi Angell, Alison Stanley and Kathryn Cronin.
For more information click here

Nationality Law Update
HJT Training, Thursday 13 June 2013

Speaker: Mahmud Quayum.
For more information click here

Points Based System: Remedies Masterclass
HJT Training, Monday 17 June 2013

Speaker: Navtej Ahluwalia.
For more information click here

Immigration Law Books

Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team members are authors of numerous books which we mention from time to time.

Immigration Practice and Procedure in Family Proceedings
This practical new work by Nadine Finch, Omar Shibli, Anthony Vaughan concentrates on the immigration procedures, law and rules relevant to family proceedings. Price: £60.00. For full details click here.

Asylum Law and Practice (2nd edition)
The second edition of Asylum Law and Practice by Mark Symes and Peter Jorro is published, and has been described as "pre-eminent" by Lord Brown. Price: £138.00. For full details, click here.

Fransman's British Nationality Law (3rd edition)
The third edition of Fransman's British Nationality Law, written by Laurie Fransman QC and with contributions from Adrian Berry and Alison Harvey, was published in spring 2011. Price: £295.00. For full details, click here.

Macdonald's Immigration Law & Practice (8th edition)
The eighth edition of Macdonald's Immigration Law & Practice was written by Ian Macdonald QC with contributions from many members of the Garden Court Immigration Team. Price: £230.00. For full details, click here.

Human Trafficking Handbook
Nadine Finch has contributed to the Human Trafficking Handbook: Recognising Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery in the UK. Price: £34.99. For full details, click here.

 

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