The Court set out four avenues for entry to the UK provided by the Rules in respect of a child adopted or intended to be adopted from abroad.
Lord Justice Ward,
Lord Justice Keene,
Lord Justice Wilson
 EWCA Civ 38,  2 FLR 87
England and Wales
Cited – SM (Algeria) v Entry Clearance Officer, UK Visa Section CA 4-Nov-2015
The Entry Clearance Officer appealed from a decision that a child assigned to be under guardianship under the Islamic ‘kefalah’ system in her own country was to be treated on the basis that she did fall within the definition of ‘extended family . .
Cited – SM (Algeria) v Entry Clearance Officer, UK Visa Section SC 14-Feb-2018
The Court was asked two questions, first as to its jurisdiction according to the meaning of an ‘EEA Decision’ within the 2006 Regulations, and second as to the position under the Directive of a child who is a third country national but has been . .
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Updated: 22 December 2021; Ref: scu.264102