A recent decision of the Administrative Appeals Chamber of the Upper Tribunal (30.1.15) now means that the Workers Registration Scheme will have to be treated as having no legal effect in respect of its final two years’ of operation, potentially affecting the past and future social security, housing and immigration law rights of hundreds of thousands of EU workers.

Judgement: TG v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (PC) (European Union law : free movement) [2015] UKUT 50 (AAC)

Related barristers:

16.02.15

Extension of the Workers Registration Scheme in 2009 was unlawful

A recent decision of the Administrative Appeals Chamber of the Upper Tribunal (30.1.15) now means that the Workers Registration Scheme will have to be treated as having no legal effect in respect of its final two years’ of operation, potentially affecting the past and future social security, housing and immigration law rights of hundreds of thousands of EU workers.