Using Judicial Review in Immigration Cases

Using Judicial Review in Immigration Cases

This presentation and related materials cover the use of judicial review in immigration cases, including:
• The implications of the transfer of most immigration judicial reviews to the Upper Tribunal
• The increasing use of judicial review as the only remedy in cases where clients have no
right of appeal
• The use of strategic judicial review litigation to challenge the new interpretation of and validity of the new immigration rules post 9 July 2012 (including in relation to Article 8)
• Major changes in the field which will be wrought when the Immigration Act 2014 comes fully into force

Author: Lucy Mair and Sarah Daley

Publication date: August 14 2014