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Immigration Law is a straightforward, up-to-date and practical introduction to this ever-changing area of law. After a short, practical introduction in Chapter 1 (which includes a list of useful websites), the book deals with British nationality and the right of abode in the United Kingdom in Chapter 2. This is followed by a detailed analysis of immigration controls in Chapter 3. The pre- and post-Brexit immigration status of EU and EEA nationals and their family members is considered in Chapter 4, along with details of the EU Settlement Scheme. The next four chapters address the key immigration categories of entry to the UK, including chapters on visitors, students, employees and family reunion. Asylum seekers and refugees are considered in Chapter 9. Enforcement of immigration law, the appeals system and judicial review applications are dealt with in the last three chapters. The appendices contain key resource documents including key provisions from the Immigration Rules.

Significant developments included in this edition are the revised criminality test for naturalisation and exclusion from British citizenship under the Illegal Migration Act 2023 (Chapter 2), exclusion from entry clearance and permission to enter or remain under the Illegal Migration Act 2023 and Electronic Travel Authorisations (Chapter 3), the new restriction on entry by dependants of Students (Chapter 6), the new Innovator Founder route which replaces the Start-Up and Innovator categories (Chapter 7), the new Appendix Adult Dependent Relative of the Immigration Rules (Chapter 8), how the Illegal Migration Act 2023 will affect asylum seekers (Chapter 9), and deportation under the revised Part 13 of the Immigration Rules (Chapter 10).

New cases in this edition include R (on the application of Wang) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2023] (interpretation of Immigration Rules), R (on the application of AM) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2022] (victim of domestic violence), R (AAA (Syria)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2023] and WAS (Pakistan) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2023] (asylum), Sicwebu v Secretary of State for the Home Department[2023] (deportation), Alam v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2023] (removal to require entry clearance) and Raza v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2023] (appeals).


British Nationality and Right of Abode

Immigration Status

EEA Nationals


Students and Graduates

Employment and Business

Family Reunion

Asylum-seekers and Refugees

Deportation and Administrative Removal

Appeals and Reviews

Judicial Review Proceedings

Immigration Rules


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