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An immigration bill has been introduced by the government in October 2013. Some of the proposed changes include the reform of the removal and the appeals systems. The changes would include, streamlining the routes to appeal and also introducing a “serious irreversible harm” test for individuals whilst their appeal is being heard.

Currently, there are 17 different appeal routes for those fighting deportation.  If the bill is successfully passed, this number would be cut the number to just 4 routes.  According to the immigration minister Mark Harper, “…In future, 17 rights of appeal will be reduced to four. And foreign criminals won’t be able to prevent deportation simply by dragging out the appeals process, as many such appeals will be heard only once the criminal is returned back in their home country. It cannot be right that criminals who should be deported can remain here and build up a further claim to a settled life in the UK.”

The “serious irreversible harm” test has been utilised by the European Court of Human Rights to ascertain when an appeal should prolong removal of illegal immigrants. An ideal illustration of this would be a case whereby a person makes a plausible claim that his life would be endangered, if he was to return to his home country. This means that returning them while the appeal is ongoing would lead to a real risk of “serious irreversible harm”. But, if the claim is that removal would interfere with their private life in the UK then that interference would not amount to a real risk of serious irreversible harm, so they could be removed while their appeal is heard.

The Home secretary Theresa May justifies the decision by stating that dangerous criminals should be deported before appealing and “we should deport foreign criminals first and hear their appeals later.” In the longer term, she stated that it is the intention of the government to repeal human rights legislation, so as to prevent those facing deportation from claiming the right to stay in the UK under article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR). According to Mrs May, the article has meant that ‘the law is now on the side of the criminals rather than the public’. This coupled with the fact the UK judges are interpreting article 8 in an incorrect manner has meant that foreign criminals have used it as ‘a free for all’, hence it should be repealed. It is likely that the 2015 election manifesto would include abolishing the Human Rights Act.

Mrs May also outlined plans to ensure that the UK no longer pays the fees for lawyers to represent those facing deportation.

 

If you are interested becoming an Immigration Adviser or learning more
about UK/EU Immigration Rules, Immigration Matters have teamed up with
leading training providers to run Level 1 Immigration Adviser
Courses<http://bisonmanagement.com/courses.html> in
London, Luton and Portsmouth. Courses will cover all aspects of level 1
immigration advice including: Points Based System, Right of Abode, British
Nationality and Citizenship and UK Residency, Rules on Family Migration,
Children and Dependants, Civil partners and Unmarried Partners, Entry
Clearance, Visas and Leave to Remain, EEA/European Law, Yellow Card, Asylum
and Human Rights.

For further information on Immigration Adviser Courses email:
training@bisonmanagement.com

http://bisonmanagement.com/courses.html

 

 

 

 

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