Blackstone's Guide to the Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009

Blackstone's Guide to the Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009

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The Blackstone's Guide Series delivers concise and accessible books covering the latest legislative changes and amendments. Published soon after enactment, they offer expert commentary by leading names on the scope, extent and effects of the legislation, plus a full copy of the Act itself. They offer a cost-effective solution to key information needs and are the perfect companion for any practitioner needing to get up to speed with the latest changes.

The Blackstone's Guide to the Borders, Citizenship, and Immigration Act 2009 provides an essential tool for understanding the important changes in border control, citizenship, and immigration law found in the Act. The Guide provides a clear explanation of developments in the acquisition of British citizenship by automatic acquisition, naturalisation and registration; the introduction of new immigration measures concerning students, children, trafficking, and other matters;
and the new customs functions at UK borders and connected supervisory powers. The Guide provides a commentary that puts the new provisions into the context of existing laws, while explaining the significance of the innovations introduced. The constitutional significance of the new measures is considered, together with
an emphasis on the implications of the measures for the protection of rights under the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. The Guide is a clear exposition of the development of the law.

This new Blackstone's Guide combines the full text of the Act with an expert narrative. It brings practitioners up-to-date with this complex piece of legislation. Presented in a straightforward layout, it enables ease of use as a reference source.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 282 pages
  • 155 x 233 x 17mm | 439g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New
  • 0199579571
  • 9780199579570

Table of contents

APPENDIX 1: BORDERS, CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION ACT 2009; APPENDIX 2: IMMIGRATION ACT 1971, S 2, AS IN FORCE PRIOR TO 1 JANUARY 1983
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Review quote

Those who need to know about such aspects of the trafficking of people for exploitation will welcome this Guide, with its excellent index * Florence O'Donoghue, Barrister, Dec 2009 * Timely guide to a major and important piece of legislation * Phillip Taylor, Barrister, Richmond Green Chambers *
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About Ian MacDonald

Ian Macdonald QC is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers where he has an extensive practice in immigration law. He has been active in campaigning, writing and practising in immigration law since the 1960s. He is the author and co-editor of Macdonald's Immigration Law and Practice, the leading work used by most immigration practitioners, immigration officials, and judges.

Laurie Fransman QC is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers where he practises in immigration, nationality, and asylum, with an emphasis on sensitive cases, commercial immigration law, and complex nationality issues at national and international levels. He has authored or contributed to a wide range of publications, is the author of Fransman's British Nationality Law, the leading work on the subject, and is coordinating editor and principal contributor of the British Nationality,
Immigration and Asylum title of Halsbury's Laws of England.

Adrian Berry is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers. He practices in public law, specialising in nationality law, EC law, immigration law, housing law and social welfare law. He is a contributor to Macdonald's Immigration Law and Practice and JCWI's Immigration, Nationality and Refugee Law Handbook.

Hina Majid is the Legal Policy Director of the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI). JCWI is a leading non-governmental organisation that has campaigned for justice in the sphere of immigration and nationality law for over 40 years. She is the author of a number of articles and has contributed to various publications.

Ronan Toal is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers, specializing in immigration and asylum law. He is a co-editor of Macdonald's Immigration Law and Practice, and a contributor to Blackstone's Criminal Practice.
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