In our latest contribution to the Free Movement blog Iain Halliday examines a recent Court of Appeal decision addressing the high threshold those resisting deportation need to meet. The case provides a good example of the type of circumstances, in this case the psychological damage the applicant’s child would suffer if his father was deported, which will satisfy the courts that this threshold has been met.
Read the full post here - https://www.freemovement.org.uk/very-compelling-circumstances-deportation-example/
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