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This book will be an up to date source of information for detainees, their advisers and others concerned with making and reviewing decisions to detain and remove ... The authors are to be congratulated and it is likely that this book will join the body of long-established works in the libraries of those concerned with questions relating to the imprisonment of foreign nationals. --Sir Nicholas Blake, from his foreword.
Foreign National Prisoners: Law and Practice will be up to date to include:A* The automatic deportation provisions of the UK Borders Act 2007;A* Special immigration status and the new early removal provisions of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008;A* The latest developments in relation to international prisoner transfer agreements.
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18 December 2014
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
In the fast and ever changing world of Immigration Law Reform this book is to be commended for being reasonably up to date. I only bought it for one of the chapters and one particular case I was preparing, but it was excellent source of information and it helped me to win that appeal. The price, as with all law books is high but overall I think that any busy practitioner will benefit from having a copy of this on the book shelf. We get a fair number of prisoner deportations at the office and it is a niche area of work so this book will go a long way to getting the reader and practitioner up to speed fast.