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Government Relaxes Shortage Occupation List Requirements

The Shortage Occupation List (“SOL”) is a list which details roles where there are not enough resident workers to fill...

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Sajid Javid Speaks Out On Section 67 Leave

On 23 July 2019, the then Home Secretary Sajid Javid made an official written statement in the House of Lords on a number of...

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Employers Can Rely On An Online Right To Work Checking Service

The Home Office’s Right to Work Checking Service gives employers access to up-to-date, real-time information about migrants’...

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Over 900,000 Applications Received Under The EU Settlement Scheme

The EU Settlement Scheme (“the Scheme”) allows EU, EEA and Swiss nationals (and their family members) to apply to remain in the...

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What Does It Mean To Hold Indefinite Leave In The UK?

Indefinite Leave to Remain (“ILR”) or Indefinite Leave to Enter (“ILE”), also referred to as settlement or permanent residence...

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General Court Of EU Annul Sanctions Imposed Against Gherson Client

In response to the crisis in Ukraine in February 2014, the Council of the European Union decided, on 5 March 2014, to freeze...

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The Home Office Could Visit Your Premises Unannounced: What Access Are They Entitled To On Demand?

If you hold a sponsor licence and the Home Office decide to pay an unannounced visit to your premises, you must co-operate and...

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Academic Progression And International Students On Wonkhe

Roger Gherson writes in Wonkhe (July 9, 2019): "Academic progression rules are holding international students back".

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The Australian Points Based System: A Similar Beast Or A Way Forward?

Cutting net migration to the UK seems to be a perpetually popular topic, yet one that has proven consistently difficult to...

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Home Secretary Proposes Regional Salary Thresholds For Skilled Migrants

The UK’s departure from the EU will inevitably mark the end of freedom of movement in the UK, meaning that in the future EU...

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Do You Earn Enough To Work In The UK?

The UK’s new post-Brexit immigration system, which is currently under consultation, continues to be a hot topic in the media....

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How Much Does It Cost To Sponsor A Tier 2 Migrant?

If you are considering sponsoring a Tier 2 migrant, it is important to be aware of the fees associated with making such an...


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