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Supperstone & O'Dempsey on Immigration and Asylum brings together in one easy-to-use volume, all the relevant aspects of the substantive law, procedure, relevant policies and EU developments relating to this area. These include: the full text of the immigration rules, asylum practice, unreported decisions of the Immigration Appeal Tribunal, EEA law developments in freedom of movement, ECHR cases, ECJ cases and reported cases, and work permits. The text is structured according to the issues and problems practitioners encounter in practice, leading quickly and easily to the appropriate solutions. It covers everything from applying for residency in the UK to applications for judicial review. The authors examine the latest Immigration Rules and explain how practitioners should interpret them. They also offer remedies for coping with the stringency of the rules. In this edition the authors have taken into account key legislation such as the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996 and the Asylum Appeals (Procedure) Rules 1996. * Designed so that readers can answer quickly and easily, problems faced in practice * Saves time and effort researching a wide range of source materials by presenting the