The case of AM (Pakistan) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 180 involved a family that had two teenage sons who had lived in the UK for over 7 years. 620 more words
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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
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15 March 2017 (3pm – 5pm) – Employment Law Update… 486 more words
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: 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