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Across the globe, measures are being taken to combat the spread of coronavirus (“Covid-19”). This is causing mass disruption to inbound and outbound...
The Immigration Skills Charge (“ISC”) was first introduced on 6 April 2017 to address the skills gaps in the UK workforce by deterring employers from...
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Following the Home Office’s unveiling of the basis of the UK’s new “points-based” immigration system, a wealth of media coverage has focussed on what...
Last week, a number of law firms drew attention to the fact that the Home Office had increased its biometric appointment fees, without any prior...
The festive period is over and the New Year is now providing further insights into what the proposed ‘Australian Points Based System’ may look like...
It has come to our attention that some providers are failing to provide clients with accurate advice and are involving them in dubious investment...
A company wishing to sponsor an overseas national in the UK will first be required to obtain a sponsor licence. If you do not currently have a...
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Organisations representing various industry and trade groups have been consistently anxious about the government’s plans to reform the UK immigration...
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If you are a non-EEA skilled worker in the UK and are sponsored by an employer, you will know that your Tier 2 (General) visa comes with many...
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On 6 November 2014 the Home Office raised the minimum amount that Tier 1 (Investor) Migrants had to invest in the UK from £1 million to £2 million.
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The Home Office define this type of worker as a frontier worker: an ‘EU, EEA or Swiss citizen who regularly commutes to the UK because they are...

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