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Somali Foreign Minister leaves Sana'a
28-11-2014

13 Somali men convicted of sex ring that involved abuse of teenage British girls
28-11-2014

Mogadishu residents bemoan electricity service costs
28-11-2014

EU to train another 1,200 Somali soldiers in 2015
28-11-2014

Piracy in Africa: The ungoverned seas
28-11-2014

Mogadishu Rising: 3rd Annual TEDx Event
28-11-2014

Obama: The only people with the right to object to immigration are Native Americans
28-11-2014

Somali construction engineer killed in Somalia
28-11-2014

EU votes to keep protecting aid to Somalia from pirates
27-11-2014

African Union gender envoy visits Mogadishu
27-11-2014

Family reunification allowed to Somali man, Supreme Court rules
The State is entitled to cite financial costs as a reason for refusing refugees the right to bring family members to live with them in the State, the Supreme Court has ruled.

However, a Somali man whose family reunification application was refused is entitled to bring in his mother and young sister because the refusal was outside the range of proportionate decisions open to the Minister for Justice, the five-judge court also ruled.

Mr Justice Frank Clarke, giving the unanimous judgment, dismissed an appeal by the Minister against a High Court decision quashing the refusal. The High Court had found the automatic entitlement of certain family members to reunification under section 18 of the 1996 Refugee Act could not be refused on the basis the people involved would be dependent on the State for financial support.

The High Court also found no lawful or proper proportionality assessment of the “burden of supporting dependants” had taken place. The 29-year-old came as an asylum seeker in 2007 and later sought reunification with members of his family including his wife, daughter, mother and four of his siblings.

 
Primary content on this page
Somali Foreign Minister leaves Sana'a
28-11-2014

13 Somali men convicted of sex ring that involved abuse of teenage British girls
28-11-2014

Mogadishu residents bemoan electricity service costs
28-11-2014

EU to train another 1,200 Somali soldiers in 2015
28-11-2014

Piracy in Africa: The ungoverned seas
28-11-2014

Mogadishu Rising: 3rd Annual TEDx Event
28-11-2014

Obama: The only people with the right to object to immigration are Native Americans
28-11-2014

Somali construction engineer killed in Somalia
28-11-2014

EU votes to keep protecting aid to Somalia from pirates
27-11-2014

African Union gender envoy visits Mogadishu
27-11-2014






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