Visa conditions do not count unless notified in writing

An interesting judgment landed from the Court of Appeal at the end of last week in which the court considered in what circumstances visa conditions can properly be imposed.  It was held that they must be notified in writing, otherwise they may not count.  You can read our Iain Halliday's commentary on it on the Free Movement blog here.

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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.