No5 Barristers in Supreme Court Success for Family Members of Refugees

Thu, 13 May 2010

The UK Supreme Court has held that immigration rules which allow the family members of recognised refugees to enter the United Kingdom for family reunification apply whether or not the refugee has become a British citizen since being granted asylum. 
 
The Supreme Court has overturned the Court of Appeal’s judgment from October 2008. 
 
Click here to read the judgment published on the Supreme Court’s website.
 
Manjit Gill QC and Edward Nicholson represented the Appellants.

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