A right of permanent residence (‘RPR’) is a prerequisite for enhanced protection against expulsion pursuant to article 28(3)(a) of the Directive
Pill, Aikens, Rafferty LJJ
 EWCA Civ 1199,  3 CMLR 56,  1 All ER 1180,  1 WLR 3339,  Imm AR 114,  INLR 293
England and Wales
Appeal from – Secretary of State for The Home Department v Vomero (Italy) SC 27-Jul-2016
The respondent an Italian national had come to the UK, and married an English wife and making a family here. After the marriage broke down he committed a manslaughter, and on his release it was decided that he should be deported. He successfully . .
Appeal from – Secretary of State for The Home Department v Vomero (Italy) SC 24-Jul-2019
V, Italian, lived in the UK since 1985. On the breakdown of his marriage he moved in with a Mr Mitchell who he later killed. On release from his sentence for manslaughter, the Appellant decided to deport him. The Court of Appeal rejected the . .
Reference from – B v Land Baden-Wurttemberg ECJ 17-Apr-2018
ECJ Citizenship of The European Union – Right To Move and Reside Freely – Enhanced Protection v Expulsion – Judgment – References for a preliminary ruling – Citizenship of the European Union – Right to move and . .
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Updated: 17 April 2022; Ref: scu.464264