Discrimination based on immigration status unlawful

Photo by Kim Traynor

Photo by Kim Traynor

Lady Carmichael's judgment in the case of DN against Secretary of State for the Home Department [2017] CSOH 144 issued this week included a finding that the Home Office's policy on the application of paragraph 301 of the Immigration Rules to children of DL holders was discriminatory and unlawful.  

Our case note is available to read on Free Movement.

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John Vassiliou

John Vassiliou has worked with McGill and Co since 2010. His experience covers all aspects of UK immigration law, British nationality law, European Union law, the Refugee Convention, and the European Convention on Human Rights.