Recent Articles

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Are the main parties’ general election immigration promises credible?

The London Economic – June 7, 2017

Article by Vanessa Ganguin published in The London Economic detailing and evaluating the immigration policies of the main parties with a chance of influencing immigration policy after the election. 

 

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What Brexit means for you and your workforce

Waterfront Solicitors Blog – October 6, 2016

Article by Vanessa Ganguin published on Waterfront Solicitors Blog on safeguarding European employees for immigration, work and nationality implications of Brexit.

 

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Immigration: A hard bill to swallow

The Barrister – December 16, 2013

Article by Vanessa Ganguin published in The Barrister on the implications of the proposed new Immigration Bill.

 

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The true cost of the UK’s new Immigration Bill

The Global Legal Post – November 2013

Feature by Vanessa Ganguin published in The Global Legal Post on the implications of the proposed new Immigration Bill.

 

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Eroding migrants’ appeal rights will result in more judicial reviews

Solicitors Journal – 19 November 2013

Piece by Vanessa Ganguin on the implications of the Immigration Act 2014.

 

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Curbs will result in reviews – Immigration lawyer warns of consequences of new Immigration Bill

New Law Journal – October 31, 2013

Vanessa Ganguin’s comments published in the New Law Journal re the new Immigration Bill:

“The government’s proposal to reduce the grounds and rights of appeal available in immigration decisions means a system of administrative review will replace most appeals.

“This approach is likely to lead to an increase in judicial review claims and also, ironically a surge in human rights claims as appeals are coralled into fewer and narrower channels, and is certain to result in higher associated expenditure.”

 

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Controversial immigration rules are dividing opinion – and families

New Statesman – August 30, 2013

Article by Vanessa Ganguin on Home Office appeal against the High Court judgment that new immigration rules on partners and children joining their families in the UK breach basic human rights.