In this episode we are joined by Barrister Amaka Nnamani, an immigration and human rights specialist.
She sheds light on the current position regarding the so called ‘7 – year rule’, explains how it applies and the refers to the leading cases of MA (Pakistan) and others  EWCA Civ 705 and PD and others (Article 8-conjoined family claims) Sri Lanka  UKUT 00108 (IAC)].
With a slight change to our previously notified episode on Benefit Fraud, due to circumstances beyond our control, we have had to put that in the cooler. However, we still intend to bring you that episode in the upcoming weeks.
In this episode 2, Mr Lawrence Jegede, explains the concept of retained rights of residence for EEA national family members, when it can apply, how to make an application and what mistakes to avoid.
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Currently bubbling in the pipeline is Episode 2 of the Legal Peppersoup Podcast. So many people are being caught out for benefit fraud, a lot quite innocently due to the fact that they fail to report a change of their circumstances and a variety of other reasons.
We will break this down, explain the pitfalls, traps to avoid and what to do if you are being investigated or have been charged with benefit fraud.
Episode 2 will be uploaded in the next few days….so watch out.
In this episode, we sit down with our guest, Mr Lawrence Jegede, a qualified solicitor and immigration expert to discuss the effects of Brexit on EEA nationals and their family members who are present in the UK.
He offers useful advice and explains what EEA nationals and their family members need to do to protect their positions during this period of Brexit uncertainty.
We also touch on the possible implications Brexit will have on free movement in the future and also what will happen to the European Court of Human Rights.