Casework Co-learning Ends With 'Moot Court'
RAPAR's lead caseworker Dan Isaac has been running a series of casework co- learning sessions examining all aspects of the asylum and immigration system.
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Changes to immigration rules are longer than War and Peace
Home Office officials have made more than 5,700 changes to the immigration rules since 2010, making the visa system nearly impossible to navigate.
One person whose case has been particularly badly affected by these constant changes is RAPAR Vice-Chair Nestor Sylla who, according to his lawyer, has been left in “a whirlpool of Home Office bureaucracy,”
A report in The Guardian describes how, during 2012 alone, more than 1,300 changes were made to immigration rules.
This coincided with the hostile environment policy introduced by Theresa May when she was Home Secretary.
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