UK Immigration Law is based upon Rules and Statutes. This area of law is much not governed by UK case law like other areas of law. Your Immigration case will be much dependent on the Rules made by UKBA and Parliament. But all these Rules and Policies need to being in conformity with European Union Laws and International Human Rights Conventions which will benefit you if you take the matter to Judicial Review (Court). Remember the last court for you to exercise your rights is European Court which most of the Appellants do not seek to avail. We will advice you on the base of all those Rules and Laws of UK with application of European Convention of Human Rights and International Conventions on Human Rights.
We always rely on statute and case law when advising you, such as (not exhaustive list) ;
UK Immigration Rules
UK Borders Act 2007
the Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009
Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
The Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006
European Convention on Human Rights
Treaty of Functioning of European Union
International Convention on Human Rights
AND OTHER STATUTES.....
RT (Zimbabwe) & Ors v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 38
Immigration Controls - R (Quila & Anor) v SSHD; R (Bibi & Anor) v SSHD  UKSC 45
Petition of SG for Judicial Review  CSOH 114
AND OTHER LATEST AND FUNDAMENTAL CASE LAWS.........
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