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 recently?
Posted:15 November 2021. Obtaining an Investor Visa provides flexibility to live and work in the UK and ultimately may lead to settlement in the UK. The length of the required period for indefinite leave to remain will depend on the overall amount invested, ranging between two and five years of qualifying residence. In this blog, we discuss the requirements for the Tier 1 (Investor) route, including the initial requirements, types of permitted investments, and timeline for settlement.
Posted: 17 November 2021. Residing in the UK on a visa which is based on the holder’s relationship with his or her partner entails the duty of reporting to the Home Office if the relationship breaks down and leads to a separation or divorce. In this blog, we discuss the details of the duty, including the consequences of this for the holder’s immigration status.
Posted: 16 November 2021. Exceptional assurance may be granted by the Home Office to those whose visas in the UK are about to expire but who are unable to leave the country because of COVID-19. In this blog, we discuss the most recent updates of this policy, which have been introduced in light of the fact that there are currently no countries in the UK’s Covid ‘red list’.
Posted: 15 November 2021. People wishing to bring their domestic staff to the UK need to get them to apply for an Overseas Domestic Worker visa. This will allow domestic staff to come to the UK with you for up to 6 months to carry out their duties. In this blog, we will discuss some of the key changes, including those in relation to the Employment and National Minimum Wage requirements.
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