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Posts Tagged 'family visit'
On 6 October 2014, The Home Secretary Theresa May signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Republic of Ireland. The first project to benefit from this new agreement will be a British/Irish visa scheme, which will allow Chinese and Indian visitors to travel to the UK and Ireland on a single visit visa. The Home Office announced that the scheme will start in China by the end of October and in India soon afterwards. The reasoning behind this is that the Home Office considers China and India... Read more »
Posted: 09 October 2014  |  Author: Gherson Immigration  |  Comments (0)
Gherson will be attending the British Boarding Schools Weekend [link in Russian] in Kiev, held in the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Kiev, Ukraine on 16-17 February 2013. This will be the eighth year this event has taken place in Ukraine with up to 30 public schools from the United Kingdom attending each year and looking to recruit Ukrainian students for academic programmes. Gherson immigration professionals will be attending the event to answer questions from parents regarding... Read more »
Posted: 13 February 2013  |  Author: Gherson Immigration  |  Comments (0)
In November 2011 Gherson represented a citizen of the Russian Federation in a successful appeal to the Upper Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) against the entry clearance officer, Moscow. The appeal was against the refusal of a family visit visa to allow a father to join his wife and son in the UK. The visa was refused on the grounds of deception; the applicant had not disclosed in an earlier application for a visit visa to the UK that he had previously been refused... Read more »
Posted: 02 March 2012  |  Author:  |  Comments (0)
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