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EU Immigration And A No-Deal Brexit
With the Brexit date of 29 March 2019 fast approaching, much has been said in recent weeks about the prospect of a no-deal Brexit, with the spectre...
Applying To Stay In The UK After It Leaves The EU
The EU Settlement Scheme introduced by the Home Office will allow European citizens to gain settled or pre-settled status before the UK leaves the EU...
European Court of Justice confirms UK can cancel Brexit unilaterally
EU citizens and their family members who meet certain criteria and currently reside in the UK are now able to apply for a settled or pre-settled...
Immigration Experts Warn Against A New “Windrush Scandal” Post-Brexit
Following on from our recent blog on the Public Test Phase of the Home Office’s EU Settlement Scheme, it has been reported that UK immigration...
Crucial Vote On Brexit Deal Postponed
The Law Commission, the independent statutory body tasked with reviewing the law of England and Wales and recommending reform where it considers...
UK Standard Visit Visas
Professional artists and entertainers wishing to come to the UK must obtain the relevant permission before they travel, even if they only intend to...
Tier 1 Exceptional Talent
This route is designed for highly skilled individuals in the fields of science, humanities, engineering, the arts and digital technology who will...
Children of Single Parents and Sole Responsibility
When both parents decide to relocate to the United Kingdom, they are permitted to bring their children along as dependants. This opportunity is...
UK Immigration Health Surcharge Doubles
As of 8 January 2019, the UK Immigration Health Surcharge fee has been increased from £200 to £400 per year for any migrants from outside the EU...
Tier 5 (Government Authorised Exchange) - What is it?
Under the UK Immigration Rules non-EEA migrants who wish to come to the UK in order to work on a temporary basis may apply for a visa (entry...
Is Your Child a British Citizen?
A child under the age of 18 can acquire British citizenship in a number of ways. In certain circumstances, a child may be entitled to British...
The plight of ‘Channel Migrants’: the UK’s response and obligations
Over the Christmas and New Year period, reports of people travelling to the UK across the English Channel received heightened media attention and on...

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