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Posted by: Gherson Immigration

Gherson is a London law firm specialising in UK immigration, nationality, extradition, white-collar crime, and human rights law.

As the world of UK immigration law is continuously evolving, with new immigration routes, new guidance, and new rules being implemented regularly by the Home Office, it is essential to keep up-to-date with the latest immigration news and announcements. We aim to report on the majority of these changes via our blogs. We also often post overviews of the various immigration routes and discuss requirements within the different visa categories.

So what have we been talking about this week?

Home Office Says Heathrow Must Dedicate A Terminal To ‘Red List’ Arrivals

Posted 26 April 2021

Despite travel restrictions, London Heathrow Airport is operating on a high-volume basis, which means 8,000-10,000 passengers are arriving at the airport every day. Due to this, and the emergence of new strains of COVID-19, the Government are urging for passengers who arrive from countries on the ‘red list’ to be confined to the same terminal. The concerns are that Heathrow is quickly becoming a “breeding ground” for infection.

UKVI Introduce App For In-Country Applications For Replacement BRP and BRC

Posted 27 April 2021

On 23 April 2021, the UK Visa and Citizenship Application Service (UKVCAS) introduced the Identification Verification (IDV) application, which can be used by those applying for replacement Biometric Residence Permits (BRPs) or Biometric Residence Cards (BRCs). It is thought this implementation has been brought about as a result of an increase in this type of application and is an attempt to streamline the service.

Domestic worker visa immigration. Government updates

Posted 29 April 2021

In this blog we look at the options available under the current Immigration Rules for domestic workers who wish to travel to the UK with their employers. This visa category is somewhat restricted, whereby domestic workers can only travel to the UK on a short-term basis (up to 6 months) and this can pose issues for employers who wish to return to the UK on a more permanent basis. Gherson looks at whether there are any other options available.

UK Visas latest update and how to apply – A guide

Posted 29 April 2021

The UK Immigration Rules are far reaching and encompass various immigration visa routes. Here we explore some of the routes available and provide a brief overview of the requirements for each.

Gherson has extensive experience in all aspects of UK immigration law. If you have any queries relating to the blogs published, or are interested in talking to us about your specific circumstances, please do not hesitate to contact us for further advice. Alternatively, follow us on Twitter to stay connected with the latest immigration updates.

The information in these blogs is for general information purposes only and does not purport to be comprehensive or to provide legal advice. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the information and law is current as of the date of publication it should be stressed that, due to the passage of time, this does not necessarily reflect the present legal position. Gherson accepts no responsibility for loss which may arise from accessing or reliance on information contained in these blogs. For formal advice on the current law please don’t hesitate to contact Gherson. Legal advice is only provided pursuant to a written agreement, identified as such, and signed by the client and by or on behalf of Gherson.

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Sarah Green 

  Sarah Green

  Solicitor in our Corporate and General Immigration Team

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