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The UK and the Republic of Ireland have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to reaffirm their commitment to free movement in the Common Travel Area...
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Following significant recent visa changes – from ending the two-year post-study visa to replacing the Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa with the Innovator...
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Tier 4 (General) Students who have successfully applied for a full-time course at a UK university may be eligible to bring their non-EEA dependants...
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Non-EEA nationals wishing to enter the UK under the various categories in the Immigration Rules must be aware of the relevant immigration and visa...
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If you are either currently studying and your intention is to remain in the UK to work or you are close to graduating in the UK and would like to...
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The UK immigration rules allow temporary workers to come to the UK for work experience, training, to participate in an Overseas Government Language...
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As part of the UK’s preparations for withdrawal from the EU, earlier this year the UK government introduced the “EU Settled Status” Scheme in order...
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The Home Office recently announced that landing cards for visitors arriving in the UK by sea or air would be scrapped from 20 May 2019. This means...
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On 20 May the Home Office announced that visitors from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and the US will from this date...
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Following the recent Court of Appeal decision in R (Sajjad) v SSHD [2019] EWCA Civ 720, which demonstrated the lack of flexibility in the current...
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Receiving a letter from the Home Office informing you that your right to stay in the UK has been revoked can be very daunting.
If you are a Tier 2...
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Are you in a genuine and subsisting relationship with your British or settled partner but neither married nor in a civil partnership? Do you wish to...

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