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This immigration law podcast provides practitioners with an overview of Hamid v SSHD [2012] EWHC 3070 (Admin), an important case arising out of the problem of last-minute applications to the Administrative Court for the purposes of obtaining an injunction to prevent a person being removed from the United Kingdom. It sets out the Divisional Court’s approach in this case and provides a practical guide to the new version of the 'judicial review - application for urgent consideration' form and the consequences for practitioners who fail to fill it out correctly. This is essential listening for all immigration law practitioners!

After completing the course you will:
  • Appreciate how applications for an order staying removal of non-EU immigrants can be made and the problems arising from the last minute nature of many applications;
  • Understand how the court has responded to the issue of late applications;
  • Be aware of the new forms and rules relating to these types of applications and understand why these changes were introduced;
  • Appreciate the consequences for failing to fill out the N463 form correctly;
  • Understand what the Hamid decision will mean for immigration practitioners.
General Interest Difficulty: 2 of 5
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In this podcast Samantha Broadfoot from Landmark Chambers discusses last minute judicial reviews and injunctions in immigration cases in light of the recent case of Hamid v SSHD [2012] EWHC 3070 (Admin).


Date recorded: 10th January 2013

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