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Immigration Law is a straightforward, up-to-date and practical introduction to this changing area of law. After a short, practical introduction in Chapter 1 (which includes a list of useful websites), the book deals with British nationality and the right of abode in the United Kingdom in Chapter 2.
This is followed by a detailed analysis of immigration controls in Chapter 3. The unique immigration status of EU and EEA nationals and their family members is considered in Chapter 4, along with how a family member of a British citizen who has engaged Treaty rights might use EU rather than domestic law to enter the UK.
This new edition includes developments in nationality law; amendments to the Immigration (EEA) Regulations 2006; Home Office guidance on Surinder Singh cases; revisions to Appendix A of the Immigration Rules; the impact of statutory changes on deportation law and Home Office guidance; and changes that will be made when various parts of the Immigration Act 2014 come into force.