A summary of the latest developments in Immigration law between 9 December 2019 to 16 December 2019.
Scope of the Ruiz Zambrano v Office national de l’emploi (Case C-34/09)  QB 265 (“Zambrano”) principle – Zambrano requirement that the EU citizen be compelled to leave the EU territory if the TCN, with whom the EU citizen has a relationship of dependency, is removed – children and adults are treated separately – TCN will only have a derivative right of residence by reference to a dependant relationship with an adult EU citizen in exceptional circumstances – allowed Mr Shah’s appeal and dismissed Mr Patel’s appeal
- Family life (as a partner or parent), private life and exceptional circumstances.
- Visa decision waiting times: applications outside the UK.
- Call for Evidence: The Home Office’s use of Sanctions and Penalties.
- Terms and conditions for booking and taking the Life in the UK Test.
- ‘It’s inexcusable we don’t know who we can hire.’
- Boris Johnson insults the 3.6m EU citizens who have made the UK their home.
- ECPAT UK and Missing Children Europe look at how to better protect children in migration from trafficking and exploitation.
- Immigration officials stop doctors from giving flu shots to detained migrant children.
- Maternity Action says NHS charging exemptions for migrant women who experience violence do not work in practice.