Are you married to a British citizen or a person with a permanent right of residence in the UK? Do you wish to make the UK your home and be permanently reunited with your loved one? If this is the case, you may wish to apply for what is known as a ‘UK spouse visa’.
The ancestry visa allows people who have at least one British grandparent to move to the UK. Under the ancestry visa the applicant can live and work in the UK. It also entitles the applicant to bring dependants, such as children or a spouse, with them to the UK and allows holders to live, work and study in the UK.
We often encounter clients who have had a visa application refused but are unsure how to proceed. The UK government changed the law in April 2015, significantly reducing the number of avenues that one could use to appeal a negative decision. However, there are still a number of ways that one could use to dispute a refusal by the Home Office.
Rumours of a military coup began through social media on Tuesday, following the army’s warning on Monday that they could intervene in politics. Today, news broke that the President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe is under house arrest along with four other senior ministers. The military has taken over the national broadcaster. There were reports of firing heard during the early morning from the Northern suburbs of Harare, where a number of government officials and President Mugabe live.
Many Turkish nationals want to come and work in the UK. Under the provisions of the Ankara agreement, a special visa route exists for Turkish nationals. This allows Turkish nationals to apply for leave to enter the UK on a completely different basis to other non-EU migrant workers.
There are currently two routes open to Turkish nationals who want to migrate to the UK. Both options were established as part of the European Community Association Agreement with Turkey. These options are:
Gherson is recorded in the top tier (Tier 1) firm in Immigration: Human Rights, Appeals and Overstay in the annual Legal 500 rankings. The Legal 500 is the leading guide to law firms in the UK and their ranking highlights the firms providing the most cutting edge and innovative advice in the legal sector.
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