What are ‘insurmountable obstacles’ to family life? – Richmond Chambers

Posted December 4th, 2019 in families, human rights, immigration, married persons, news by sally

‘What happens when an applicant for leave to remain in the UK as the partner of a British or settled person does not meet all of the requirements of the immigration rules? They may still be able to acquire leave to remain on the basis of their right to private and family life under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. This will be possible if they are able to show that they would face ‘insurmountable obstacles to family life continuing outside the UK with that partner’ as outlined in EX.1.(b) of the Immigration Rules.’

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Richmond Chambers, 29th November 2019

Source: immigrationbarrister.co.uk