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  1. Seminar 1: British Nationality Law 5 items
    1. Clayton and Firth, Immigration and Asylum Law (8th edition, 2018), Chapter 3: 'Nationality, citizenship and right of abode'

       

    2. British Nationality Act 1981 (as amended), sections 1-14, 40, 40A, 41A, 50(9)-(9B), Schedule 1, paras 1-4, Schedule 2 and Schedule 5. Please use WestLaw or Lexis

    3. The Ethics of Immigration - Carens, Joseph 2013

      Book  Please read Chapter 2 on ‘Birthright citizenship’ and Chapter 3 on 'Naturalization'.

  2. Seminar 2: Immigration Control and Immigration Law 3 items
    1. Clayton and Firth, Immigration and Asylum Law (7th ed, 2016):

       

      • All of chapter 6 concerning the system of immigration control

      • In chapter1, section 1.3 concerning the sources of immigration law

      • In chapter 7 concerning challenges to decisions, sections 7.1 to 7.5

         

    2. R (Munir) v. SSHD [2012] UKSC 32

      Document  Please read the judgment of Lord Dyson only.

    3. R (Alvi) v. SSHD [2012] UKSC 33

      Document  Please read the judgments of Lords Dyson and Hope only.

  3. Seminar 3: Family Migration 5 items
    1. Please read Clayton and Firth, Immigration and Asylum Law (8th ed, 2018), Chapter 8

    2. Quila and Bibi v SSHD [2011] UKSC 45

      Document  Please read the judgment of Lord Wilson only (paras 1-59).

    3. BritCits v. SSHD [2017] EWCA Civ 368

      Webpage  Please read the judgment of Sir Terence Etherton MR only (paras 1-81).

  4. Seminar 4: Economic Migration 5 items
    1. Clayton and Firth, Immigration and Asylum Law (8th ed, 2018), Chapter 9. Please omit section 9.7.

    2. Immigrants: your country needs them - Philippe Legrain 2007

      Book  Please read Chapter 3.

    3. Immigration Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, sections 15, 21 and 25 – please use Westlaw or Lexis

       

    4. Immigration (Restrictions on Employment) Order 2007, SI 2007 No 3290 – please use Westlaw or Lexis

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