Supreme Court strikes down Home Office’s back-door changes to immigration rules

18 July 2012

Garden Court North Chambers’ Lucy Mair has written an article for The Guardian discussing the Supreme Court’s decision in Alvi [2012] UKSC 33, to strike down the Home Office’s back-door changes to immigration rules.

Below are some useful links to several of the sources of material referred to in Lucy’s Guardian article:

Lucy Mair is a barrister at Garden Court North Chambers.

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