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Immigration Practice and Procedure in Family Proceedings

This practical new work concentrates on the immigration procedures, law and rules relevant to family proceedings.
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ISBN/ISSN: 9781846610288

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Why should you buy Immigration Practice and Procedure in Family Proceedings

 

There is an increasing trend encountered in family law, particularly in public law children proceedings, in which immigration issues assume importance and require clarification. This practical new work concentrates on the immigration procedures, law and rules relevant to family proceedings, including coverage of key topics such as:

  • The Interface Between Family and Immigration Law
  • Entry Clearance
  • Leave to Remain in the UK
  • Removal and Deportation
  • Family Reunion under the Immigration Rules
  • Human Rights
  • Asylum
  • Human Trafficking
  • Detention and Bail
  • Rights to Reside as an EU and EEA National

The Appendix contains key statutory provisions, regulations and guidance.

Immigration Practice and Procedure in Family Proceedings is an indispensable legal guide to this area for all family law practitioners, immigration judges and local authorities.

 

"a succinct and practical approach...straightforward, logical and manageable fashion with the full spectrum of immigration issues, including, for example, the rights of children ... entry clearance, leave to remain, removal, deportation and family reunion under the immigration rules ... topical and noteworthy ... well-nigh indispensable ... a treasure"  Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers

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Table of contents

- First Principles
- The Complexities of Immigration Law
- The Interface Between Immigration and Family Law
- Children’s Rights
- Entry Clearance
- Leave to Remain in the UK
- Immigration Control after Entry – Removal and Deportation
- Family Reunion under the Immigration Rules
- Human Rights
- The 1951 Refugee Convention
- Protection as a Victim of Human Trafficking
- Detention and Bail
- Support for Those with no Recourse to Public Funds
- Rights to Reside as an EU and EEA National
- Appendix