PARENTS ARE ABLE TO JOIN THEIR CHILD WITH A REFUGEE STATUS IN THE UK
Our clients, who are Ukrainian nationals, were initially refused to enter the UK. They wanted to join their refugee child who was living in the UK with her grandmother. The grandmother had been struggling to provide adequate care for the child because she also cares for her husband who suffers from complex healthcare needs. The family’s separation was because of the conflict in Crimea, where our clients continued to live during the appeal process.
Sterling Law successfully appealed the aforementioned refusal.
In accordance with AT and another v Eritrea  UKUT 227 (IAC):
Decision to maintain separation of the family is a disproportionate breach of the appellants’ Article 8 rights. The importance of the best interest of the child and the clear interest in maintaining the family unit outweighs the need to maintain immigration control.
The Judge accepted the applicability of the aforementioned case, and thus, despite the fact that
- neither of the appellants spoke English and
- both were dependent,
the Appeal was allowed on the basis of Article 8 ECHR and our clients where granted entry clearance in the UK and reunited with their child.
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