Aliens Employment in UK Law

Leading Cases
  • KK IH HE (Palestinians –camps)
    • Immigration Appeals Tribunal
    • 29 Oct 2004

    UNRWA describes the situation of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon as involving them facing specific problems. They do not have social and civil rights and have a very limited access to the government's public health or educational facilities, and no access to public or social services. The majority rely entirely on UNRWA as the sole provider of education, health and relief and social services.

    We return to this point in some detail below, but our view is that although there is evidence as we have described briefly above - for example from the UNRWA at page 91 of Mr Southey's bundle - concerning the serious problems in the camps, to regard the circumstances in the camps as life-threatening is excessive and objectively unfounded, having regard to the information in the international reports provided to us.

    If Mr Southey is relying on what he considers to be the genuine justification rather than the purported justification, then we find ourselves in agreement with Ms Laing that, bearing in mind the delicate political balance in Lebanon, the Lebanese authorities are entitled to take account of the potential impact upon their society of a tenth of the population suddenly being granted citizenship and thereby enfranchised.

  • MM and FH (Stateless Palestinians – KK, IH, HE reaffirmed)
    • Asylum and Immigration Tribunal
    • 29 Jun 2007

    In April 2007 he visited Beirut when he met a group of Egyptian agricultural, construction and building maintenance workers at the airport, and during the course of a conversation with them was informed that they do receive health, medical and social benefits as part of a Memorandum of Understanding between Egypt and Lebanon.

  • Patel v Mirza
    • Supreme Court
    • 20 Jul 2016

    In assessing whether the public interest would be harmed in that way, it is necessary a) to consider the underlying purpose of the prohibition which has been transgressed and whether that purpose will be enhanced by denial of the claim, b) to consider any other relevant public policy on which the denial of the claim may have an impact and c) to consider whether denial of the claim would be a proportionate response to the illegality, bearing in mind that punishment is a matter for the criminal courts.

  • R (on the Application of St (Eritrea)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [Sup Ct]
    • Supreme Court
    • 21 Mar 2012

    Without statutory intervention, it might be difficult to decide whether a person who has been granted temporary admission pending determination of her application for asylum is lawfully present in the territory. It is not self-evident that she is not lawfully present in these circumstances. Like Lord Hope, I agree with Lord Bridge's reasoning and would hold, for the reasons given by Stanley Burnton LJ, that the criticism of it in Szoma was not well-founded.

  • Gm and Am (Eu National; Establishing Self-Sufficiency)
    • Asylum and Immigration Tribunal
    • 10 Jul 2006

    Thus, the family member's presence in the UK (and right to work) is relied upon not in order to avoid a ‘clog’ or ‘chill’ on the exercise of the right of the EU national child but rather in order to create that very right itself – the right from which the family member then seeks to derive his own right to reside as her carer/parent.

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Books & Journal Articles
  • Reviews
    • Núm. 29-4, Julio 1966
    • The Modern Law Review
    The Ombudsman. Edited by Donald C. Rowat. The Challenor Case. By Mary Grigg. The Politics and Administration of Nigerian Government. Edited by L. Franklin Blitz. The Inductive Approach to Internati...
    ...... One, Volume 5 (Nationality and Protection); Volume 6 (Aliens and Extradi- tion, etc.); Volume 8 (Consular Omcers, Foreign ... five heads I (i) technical and operational; (ii) employment, status and welfare of seamen; (iii) tlie uniflcation of ......
  • Race Relations Act 19681
    • Núm. 32-2, Marzo 1969
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... This permits racial quotas in employment. In the U.S.A. such quotas have been used as goals ... all discriminatory enactments relating to employment (e.g., aliens legislation and the Merchant Shipping Act 1894). . 189 THE ......
  • Employment, Justice and Détente: the Reform of Vetting
    • Núm. 54-5, Septiembre 1991
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... 8 Act of Settlement 1700, s 3; Aliens Restriction (Amendment) Act 1919 (as amended by Aliens Employment Act 1955, s I); Army Act 1955, s 21; Air Force Act 1955, ......
    • Núm. 19-3, Mayo 1956
    • The Modern Law Review
    Book reviewed in this article: The Law of Torts. By Harry Street, ll.m., ph.d. They Stand Apart: A Critical Survey of the Problem of Homosexuality. Edited by Judge Tudor Rees and Harley V. Usill. M...
    ...... acts of the servant in the scope of his employment. From that time onward the idea that a master could not ... should read “1956.” The proprietary disabilities of aliens might be stated more exactly, and it is not quite correct ......
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Law Firm Commentaries
  • Employing Foreign Workers On The Belgian Territory: Watch Out As From 31 March!
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ...... and communities on coordination of the controls on illegal employment and social security fraud. The Act of 1 March 2013 implementing this ... nationals in Belgium (see Stefan Nerinckx, Employment of illegal aliens tightened up and secondment to Belgium: joint and several liability for ......
  • In and Out: Residence in the EU
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ...... more difficult issues to resolve is the differential rates of employment and workplace advancement of some ethnic minority groups in comparison ... (3) failure to comply with national rules on entry and residence of aliens. In such cases, the Member States, including the UK, have the power to ......
  • The Elvis Presley Estate Loses Bid to Block ELVIS JUICE Beer
    • LexBlog United Kingdom
    Trademark disputes involving breweries are nothing new, with breweries battling each other, wineries, and even cities over trademarks. We can now add estates of dead celebrities to the mix, as the ...
    ......Although the battle has been waged for decades with the U.K. Employment Agency, “Beer Pirate” is not yet an officially recognized title. For he potential Elvis fans with the proclivity toward belief in aliens and other conspiracies, the official documents are also available here. ......
  • Will Diplomatic Immunity Win – Game, Set And Match?
    • Mondaq UK
    ...... been considered by the UK Supreme Court in the context of employment claims brought in the English courts by members of the service staff of ...These constitute an exception to the general rule that aliens resident in a State are subject to its jurisdiction. The principal ......
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