ECPAT UK represented by DPG Partner Zubier Yazdani has been granted permission to intervene in the appeal of MS(Pakistan) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department. The appeal represents an opportunity for the Supreme Court to consider important issues about whether the immigration tribunal...

The ECtHR has ruled on the plight of migrant children trapped in degrading conditions of detention in Greece caused in part by the closure of the Balkans corridor into the rest of Europe. Our client, Statewatch, submitted a third party intervention on this important case. DPG...

Partner Zubier Yazdani represented the AIRE centre as intervenor in the judicial review brought by the Public Interest Law Unit for 3 rough sleeping EU nationals. The Home Office had decided that rough sleeping was an ‘abuse’ of EU free movement rights and was therefore...

DPG Partner Zubier Yazdani represents the AIRE centre in this appeal. Lord Justice Singh has granted permission to appeal against the High Court’s decision. Operation Nexus is a joint initiative between the Home Office and the Police which is supposed to target high harm criminals to speed...

Since May 2016 the Home Office has designated rough sleeping EEA nationals as abusing their EU law free movement rights. The High Court will examine whether this is legally correct at 3 day hearing starting on 21 November 2017. DPG partner Zubier Yazdani has been instructed by...

Zubier Yazdani & Dan Carey of DPG acting on behalf of Kalyaan, and funded by the Strategic Legal Fund intervened in this important appeal. Today, on Anti-Slavery day 2017, the Supreme Court has allowed the appeal of a victim of human trafficking - Ms Cherrylyn Reyes...

Our client, the AIRE centre, has applied to the Court of Appeal to challenge the decision of the High Court which found that Operation Nexus operated lawfully. Operation Nexus is a joint initiative between the Home Office and the Police to target foreign nationals who may...

Yesterday, in a clear and robust decision, the Supreme Court ruled that the Government’s ‘deport first, appeal later’ policy was unlawful. Under the policy, which was introduced for deportation appeals in 2014 and recently extended to other human rights appeals, the Home Office can remove...