Home Office 'breaking law' to expel highly skilled migrants

Home Office 'breaking law' to expel highly skilled migrants
 

A judge has accused the Home Office of breaking the law and acting in a “nonsensical” way in trying to force two highly skilled migrants out of the UK by triggering a terrorism-related part of immigration law.
The two substantial judgments will boost those campaigning to halt the use of paragraph 322(5) of the immigration rules against people who have made legal amendments to their tax returns.
The judge quashed the Home Office’s decisions to trigger the power, saying the department had made errors in public law.
At least 1,000 highly skilled migrants seeking indefinite leave to remain... read more

 
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Source: Guardian
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