Immigration - Business and Commercial

Cases

  • Oguz (External relations) [2011] EUECJ C-186/10: Whether an abuse principle precluded reliance by an applicant on the standstill clause in the EEC-Turkey Association Agreement.
  • Leeds Unique Education [2010] EWHC 1030 (Admin). Administrative Court granted interim relief to two colleges where Home Office had revoked their sponsor licences.
  • English UK [2010] EWHC 1726 (Admin). In a case brought by a body representing more than 400 UK colleges, the Administrative Court held that Home Office use of guidance to impose new educational requirements on overseas students coming to the UK to study English was unlawful.
  • Intervention for National Union of Students in London Metropolitan University litigation; Read more here.

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