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A summary of the latest developments in Immigration law between 17 June 2020 to 26 June 2020.


General Guidance:

  1. Country returns guide
  2. EU Settlement Scheme caseworker guidance
  3. Tanzania: tuberculosis test clinics for a UK visa
  4. Nepal: tuberculosis test clinics for a UK visa
  5. Home Secretary welcomes new chair of the MAC
  6. Applications for a fee waiver
  7. Points-based system: Tier 2
  8. Form AN: guidance
  9. Administrative review

Country Guidance: 

  1. Afghanistan: country policy and information notes

Coronavirus (Covid-19):

  1. The immigration tribunals: a working guide for representatives


  1. Lock-change eviction threat lifted for asylum seekers in Glasgow
  2. Home Secretary says there are “serious and significant” lessons for the Home Office to learn as she accepts Wendy Williams’ Windrush recommendations in full
  3. Maya Goodfellow and Colin Yeo among contributors calling for reform of the immigration system in Runnymede Trust’s new collection of essays
  4. Tackling the lack of compensation for Windrush victims | Letters
  5. UK Border Force detained pregnant woman for 24 hours, inspectors find
  6. Thousands of potential trafficking victims ‘not given vital support’
  7. Young Legal Aid Lawyers finds victims of trafficking are denied justice due to market failure in the asylum and immigration legal aid sector
  8. UK government to act on all 30 Windrush recommendations
  9. New working group launched to address challenges faced by Windrush generation
  10. New Cross-Government Working Group launched to address challenges faced by Windrush generation and their families
  11. Windrush lawyer Jacqueline McKenzie: ‘The Home Office is treating people with contempt’
  12. I wrote Sitting in Limbo to tell my brother’s story – and honour the Windrush victims | Stephen Thompson
  13. Scrap UK rule that has left 1m migrant workers at risk of destitution, say MPs
  14. Windrush scandal: cross-government group aims to tackle ‘terrible’ treatment
  15. ‘I feel targeted’: Windrush victim decries compensation delays as racism
  16. Home Office ‘uses racial bias’ when detaining immigrants
  17. National Audit Office report looks at the work of the Home Office’s Immigration Enforcement directorate
  18. Windrush scandal survivors deliver petition to No 10
  19. Home Office to face legal challenge over ‘digital hostile environment’
  20. More than 3.3m EU and EEA citizens granted right to remain in UK
  21. Freedom from Torture says Home Office’s ‘culture of disbelief’ permeates asylum interviews and is failing survivors of torture
Sheraaz Hingora

Sheraaz Hingora is a Barrister specialising in Family law, Immigration, Human Rights and unlawful detention matters at Clarendon Park Chambers.

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