Court of Appeal says when it is “reasonable” to remove a child resident for 7 years or more – Free Movement

Posted July 11th, 2016 in children, freedom of movement, immigration, news by sally

‘The issue of when a child should be expected to relocate to another country because of UK immigration laws is an emotive one. In 2012 a new Immigration Rule was introduced stating that a foreign child would be permitted to remain if the child had lived in the UK for at least 7 years AND it was not reasonable to expect the child to relocate. This was paragraph 276ADE(vi) of the Immigration Rules. It was implied that the parents would also be permitted to stay to look after the child.’

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Free Movement, 7th July 2016