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How to use statistics and dental x-rays in age assessment disputes?

There’s no sure-fire, scientific way of proving a person’s claimed age.

The search for a single, objective and reliable method has led to controversy over the use of dental x-rays. 563 more words


New Training Events Announced By Society - Employment / Compliance / Personal Injury / Public Law JR

The Society has now announced the following courses for our members and prospective members/guests

Employment Law


15 March 2017 (3pm – 5pm) – Employment Law Update… 486 more words


No such thing as an average case where children are concerned, says Court of Appeal

Where a person is sentenced to a term of imprisonment of 4 years or more and the Secretary of State seeks to deport them from the UK, the fact that deportation would have an “unduly harsh” impact on the person’s children (as required by paragraph 399(a) of the Immigration Rules) will not, in general, prevent their deportation. 179 more words


UPDATE: Home Office delay of 9 years ‘critical’ in deportation appeal

UPDATE: Since this original post (below) was published back in June 2016, the transcript of MN-T Colombia has become available here.

To recap, this was a case where the Home Office spent 9 years doing nothing to enforce a deportation order against a woman who was convicted of drug offences and sentenced to a lengthy term of imprisonment. 1,348 more words


Rights of the Child: a 36 Immigration forum

When: Wednesday 29th March 2017. Registration at 5:30pm for 6pm start

Where: 36 Bedford Row, London, WC1R 4JH.

Accredited for 1.5 CPD Hours

Speakers include: 168 more words


Packing & Cracking ~~ a repost and reminder


Time for the DOJ to deal with this nonsense! old outdated complicit relationships that need to change

It is time to take Republicans onto the floor of Congress and wipe up the floor with their ideologies. 1,258 more words

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