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The substantive law and practice surrounding the legal representation of those seeking to remain in the UK as refugees, or whose removal would otherwise breach their human rights, is one of the fastest growing areas that confronts the practitioner.
This book is the first to be published that is devoted exclusively to those subjects.
Symes & Jorro Asylum Law and Practice deals comprehensively with the new procedures and framework of the Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 including asylum claims and monitoring, appeals and statutory review, procedure before adjudicators and the Immigration Appeal Tribunal with guidance on drafting grounds of appeal.It draws together decisions of the higher courts and the largely unreported determinations of the IAT, and places them in the broader context of decision making in the English speaking jurisdictions abroad: Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the USA. There is also detailed coverage of the 'asylum' consequences of the ECHR and a full account of the interpretation of the Articles of the Refugee Convention in UK law.