SECTION A1. ‘The potential implications of the UK leaving the EU are extensive for the future design of UK immigration policy’Evaluate the possible ways in which the UK Immigration law is likely to change with respect to Freedom of Movement, Common European Asylum System, DublinRegulations and European Convention on Human Rights.2. ‘The UK Immigration Act 2016 is of contestable human rights standard’Discuss the compatibility of the main provisions of the legislations with theEuropean Convention on Human Rights 1950.3. ‘The duty imposed by Section 55 of the Borders Citizenship and Immigration Act2009 has not yet led to equal treatment of British and immigrant children in the UK’Discuss the implementation of the UK immigration approach on “every childmatters” with reference to case law.SECTION B4. Robert from Sierra Leone completed a three year undergraduate degree in Englishliterature with distinction in the United Kingdom six months ago. Despite his publishedrevolutionary poems receiving some critical acclaim in the UK, he has only foundtemporary work with a local newspaper and his student visa expires next week. Robert isinstead working as temporary deputy manager at the frozen foods section at a bigsupermarket, whilst hoping to raise money to undertake postgraduate studies in the UK.He says he does not want to return to Sierra Leone as his family members were killed bythe RUF. While playing club football last year, Robert met his 17 year-old boyfriend Aleksywho is a EEA citizen but they are unable to openly declare their live-in relationship owingto conservative family members and their part-time church work.Examine the various immigration options available to Robert that could lead to hissettlement in the United Kingdom.5. Ansar is an 18 year Turkish resident with Syrian origins whose brother is in Germanyand parents possibly in the UK. He was arrested in Dover where the UK authorities foundsome euros with French origins in Ansar’s bag and French passport and a used ferry ticketfrom Calais to Dover under the name of Francois Socrates. He speaks fluent French andclaims he came via Amsterdam through an overnight journey from Greece via Germany.Ansar has submitted an asylum application in the UK which he says is his first applicationin the EU.4Advise Ansar on his appeal rights under Dublin Regulations, UK immigration law and theHuman Rights Act 1998 against his removal order from the United Kingdom.6. Hamid arrived in the UK from Afghanistan on a tourist visa in 2010 and marriedCharlotte but the relationship broke down in 2015, though the couple have a child andregular contact. In 2015, Hamid was detained on suspicion of supporting terrorism butwas not charged. However, his extreme religosity and comments have worried hisneighbours. Hamid is also suffering from a congenital heart defect for which he is beingtreated in the UK and is supported by a charitable organisation. He argues that he has nofamily in Afghanistan to take care of his health. Hamid has submitted his asylumapplication owing to his fears of going back to Afghanistan as he used to work for theTaliban as a truck driver.Analyse the relevant provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights 1950 andthe Convention on the Status of Refugees 1951 and EU law, using case law and othermaterial in assessing the chances of Hamid succeeding before the UK courts.