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The 2020 Olympics kick off this August in Tokyo, which will cause an injection of tourists in to Japan. For some Japanese nationals, this may be the...
It has come to our attention that some providers are failing to provide clients with accurate advice and are involving them in dubious investment...
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The Life in the UK test forms one of the requirements that must be met when an applicant is applying for British nationality or settlement in the UK...
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On 25 July 2019 the European Court of Human Rights (“ECtHR”) published its ruling in the case of Vardanyan v. Armenia, ordering the state to pay the...
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Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights is a cornerstone of the Convention. It enshrines the right to freedom of expression, but as can...
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Everyone has the right to respect for their private and family life, their home and their correspondence. This is a fundamental right laid down by...
The quality of interpretation and the professionalism of the court interpreter are of the utmost importance in immigration proceedings, especially in...
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...
In light of the events of Friday 29 November 2019, security has once again been brought centre-stage. The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, focused on...
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The Home Office require a migrant’s circumstances to be kept up-to-date at all times, regardless of whether the migrant holds a valid immigration...
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It has been reported that the government plans to charge foreign NHS staff £625 a year to use the NHS, as well as increasing the Immigration Health...
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Refugees are protected by the principle of non-refoulement, which prevents them from being sent back to the country where they fear persecution. Non-...

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