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Is the UK still attractive for ‘non-doms’?
The Key Findings
What is citizenship deprivation?

To fully explain what is meant by citizenship deprivation, we must first turn to the concept of citizenship.

What is citizenship?

At its...

Graduate route opens opportunities for international talent

Those that have completed a qualifying course from a recognised UK university may consider applying for status under the Graduate visa to begin...

New ‘High Potential’ Visa announced by the UK Home Office

The goal seems to be to create a visa route which will “make it as simple as possible for internationally mobile...

UK Home Office pause Endorsing Body applications

The pause on Endorsing Body applications is likely linked to the UK Government’s recently announced ‘Innovation Strategy’ and proposed changes to...

Olympian Seeks Asylum In Poland

An opposition group (The Belarusian Sport Solidarity Foundation) which helps athletes in Belarus has expressed to the...

UK lifts quarantine requirement on EU and US travellers

Passengers from amber list countries who have been fully vaccinated in the US or European Union with a vaccine...

UK Immigration – The Latest From Gherson
UK Immigration – The Latest From Gherson

As the world of UK immigration law is continuously evolving, with new immigration routes, new guidance and new rules being implemented regularly...

Chinese passport application payment method has Changed
Chinese passport application payment method has Changed

Since 9 November 2020, in order to meet the needs of Chinese citizens applying for passports and travel documents in the UK during the COVID-19...

Late applications to the EU Settlement Scheme will be “treated sympathetically”
Late applications to the EU Settlement Scheme will be “treated sympathetically”

Immigration and Future Borders Minister for the UK Government, Kevin Foster MP, has announced that EU citizens who did not apply for pre-settled...

What is the UK Immigration Skills Charge and who needs to pay?
What is the UK Immigration Skills Charge and who needs to pay?

The Immigration Skills Charge (“ISC”) was first introduced on 6 April 2017 to reduce employers’ reliance on migrant labour and to encourage...

What is a Freezing Injunction?
What is a Freezing Injunction?

However, the mobility of assets may frustrate the enforcement. The English courts, therefore, developed a remedy to protect the interests of the...

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