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  • Immigration and Nationality Law Reports

Immigration and Nationality Law Reports

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An authoritative source of case reports covering every aspect of immigration, asylum and nationality law.

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Immigration and Nationality Law Reports, available as a print or online subscription, is the essential reference for all practitioners engaged in immigration, asylum and nationality work. It is the most authoritative source of leading decisions across all relevant courts and tribunals.

Each issue of Immigration and Nationality Law Reports provides:

  • Reliable and accurate case reports from the following courts: Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, High Court, Court of Appeal, House of Lords, European Court of Human Rights
  • Judgments from overseas jurisdictions which have important international implications for UK practitioners
  • Full text of judgments
  • Extensive headnotes prepared by specialist immigration lawyers, providing a concise summary of the issues raised
  • Comprehensive indexing by subject, lists of all cases, statutes and statutory instruments considered, plus cumulative lists of all cases reported during the year
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[2017] INLR 109 - 282 Issue 2

  • Ali (Hesham) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
    [2016] UKSC 60 [2017] INLR 109, SC
  • Ghezelbash v Staatssecretaris van Veiligheid en Justitie (Case C-63/15)
    [2017] INLR 165, CJEU
  • Karim v Migrationsverket (Case C-155/15)
    [2017] INLR 204, CJEU
  • Makhlouf v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Northern Ireland)
    [2016] UKSC 59 [2017] INLR 222, SC
  • R (Johnson) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
    [2016] UKSC 56 [2017] INLR 235, SC
  • Rhuppiah v Secretary of State for the Home Department
    [2016] EWCA Civ 803 [2017] INLR 248, CA
  • Secretary of State for the Home Department v Hoang (Anh Minh)
    [2016] EWCA Civ 565 [2017] INLR 267, CA
EDITOR:
Manjit S Gill QC
, Barrister, Gray's Inn
CONSULTING EDITORS:
Richard G Care
, Former Chairman, Immigration Appeal Tribunal
Rambert de Mello, Barrister, Lincoln's Inn
Mark A Symes, Barrister, Lincoln's Inn
James C Hathaway, Professor of Law, University of Michigan, Barrister, Law Society of Upper Canada
David C Jackson, Former Vice President, Immigration Appeal Tribunal; Emeritus Professor of Law, University of Southampton
Richard Towle, United Nations High Commission for Refugees, Geneva, Switzerland
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ISSN 1460-423X
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