Decision: the family of a seriously ill person should not be deported

If the family of a seriously ill migrant was to be forced to return to their home country, it would infringe that migrant’s right to family life and personal life, particularly if a member of that family needs to be cons…

Decision: Religious relationships constitute a family life.

Common raising children from a previous partner’s relationship and remaining in a religious (Muslim) relationship with her entitles to obtain a humanitarian residence permit in Poland in order to protect the right to fam…

Decision: Identification with Polish culture prevents from deportation

Issuing a return decision for a family could have significant impact on the development of children who are fully integrated and identify with Polish society and its culture. Protecting children’s rights, as well as thei…

Decision: re-socialized migrant is not a threat to public security or safety

A father of four, who was successfully re-socialized, is not a threat to public security or safety eight years after the commitment of crimes. His deportation would be an unjustified interference in his right to a family…