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Home Office Clarifies Position As To EU Citizens’ Right To Work Checks After Brexit
Home Office Clarifies Position As To EU Citizens’ Right To Work Checks After Brexit

It was reported this week that the government was expecting that employers would be required to run “rigorous checks” on...

New UK Visa Application Service – What You Need To Know
New UK Visa Application Service – What You Need To Know

The Home Office has announced a new service for processing UK work, study and settlement visas along with citizenship...

New Policy Suggests Checks On EU Citizens’ Right To Work After Brexit
New Policy Suggests Checks On EU Citizens’ Right To Work After Brexit

With less than five months to go before Brexit, the government is continuing to send mixed messages as to the nature and extent...

Settled Status v Permanent Residence – Which Route?
Settled Status v Permanent Residence – Which Route?

Many EEA nationals who have lived in the UK as a ‘qualified person’ for the last five years are asking themselves whether they...

How Will The Tier 2 Visa Change As A Result Of Brexit?
How Will The Tier 2 Visa Change As A Result Of Brexit?

Much has been written about how the government will treat EU citizens already residing in the UK after Brexit. However,...

Immigration And Nationality Law For Adopted Children
Immigration And Nationality Law For Adopted Children

UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) guidance states that if a child is adopted by order of a court in the UK  (including Channel...

Children Are Being Prevented From Gaining Citizenship Through Failing The ‘Good Character’ Requirement Over Minor Crimes
Children Are Being Prevented From Gaining Citizenship Through Failing The ‘Good Character’ Requirement Over Minor Crimes

Hundreds of children, some as young as ten, who have spent most of their lives or were even born in the UK are having their...

5 things graduate recruiters need to know about UK immigration
5 Things Graduate Recruiters Need To Know About UK Immigration

With international students from both EU and non-EU countries making up around a fifth of the university student population in...

Britain’s 10 Detention Centres
Britain’s 10 Detention Centres

The Home Office’s power to detain was established by the 1971 Immigration Act and detention is now a significant part of UK...

Home Secretary Backs Plans For Stricter Citizenship Rules After Brexit
Home Secretary Backs Plans For Stricter Citizenship Rules After Brexit

The government has announced that stricter immigration and citizenship rules will come into force after Brexit. Sajid Javid...

Changes to EU Settlement Scheme
Changes to EU Settlement Scheme

Securing the rights of EU nationals along with their family members living in the UK has been a priority topic in the UK’s...

Have You Triple-Checked Your Application Form?
Have You Triple-Checked Your Application Form?

The UK visa application process (like many other countries) requires the applicant to declare their criminal history along with...

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