Internal relocation may not be “unduly harsh” on criminals

On 20 December 2017, the Court of Appeal issued a determination in relation to the rules that govern the deportation of foreign criminals. The case is Secretary of State for the Home Department v SC (Jamaica) [2017] EWCA Civ 2112, which concerned a Jamaican national originally granted asylum as a dependant of his mother in 2003. Our Iain Halliday explains the struggles of the Tribunal judges with the complexity of the relevant rules. His blog is available here

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Amna Ashraf

Amna Ashraf has worked for McGill and Co since 2011 and currently holds post as a solicitor. She has developed considerable experience in family immigration matters and holds a very high success rate owing to her meticulous attention to detail and tenacious approach.