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The UK’s approach to Money Laundering Settlements
The UK’s approach to Money Laundering Settlements

Freezing orders and stricter due diligence into the affairs of these individuals to ensure they are free of corruption and not engaging in money...

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...

Marriage Visitor visa – UK New immigration system
Marriage Visitor visa – UK New immigration system

This visa allows individuals to visit the UK for up to 6 months, and during this period, they are expected to marry or enter into a civil...

Managing competing obligations - disclosure of suspicious activity reports in civil litigation
Managing competing obligations - disclosure of suspicious activity reports in civil litigation

A 7 July 2021 HM Government circular entitled “money laundering: the confidentiality and sensitivity of suspicious activity reports (SARs) in the...

Investor visa (Tier 1) route faces further scrutiny
Investor visa (Tier 1) route faces further scrutiny

Also known as the ‘Golden Visa’ scheme, the Tier 1 (Investor) route has previously been subject to review by the Home Office in 2015 and 2018, and...

INTERPOL and Red Notices Challenges
INTERPOL and Red Notices Challenges

before exploring more details about INTERPOL and Red Notices, including how to challenge a Red Notice, before finally considering the important...

The Route To Switch To Long-Term Visa Routes Is Ending
The Route To Switch To Long-Term Visa Routes Is Ending - UK New plan for immigration

A 7 July 2021 HM Government circular entitled “money laundering: the confidentiality and sensitivity of suspicious activity reports (SARs) in the...

ow can HMRC encourage more co-operative relationships with the wealthy and their agents?
How can HMRC encourage more co-operative relationships with the wealthy and their agents?

The primary aim of the research was to help HMRC explore how they can leverage their relationships with the wealthy and their agents to foster...

Covid 19 Fraud and Insolvency Service Investigations
Covid 19 Fraud and Insolvency Service Investigations

Companies that abuse Government COVID-19 loan related schemes through fraud will now face petitioning for wind up to the Courts from the...

Is Confidentiality in Arbitration a rule?
Is Confidentiality in Arbitration a rule?

The confidentiality of arbitral proceedings has long been recognised by English law where the seat of arbitration is in England. Typically, both...

Children entitled to British citizenship automatically in Certain cases – What are they?
Children entitled to British citizenship automatically in Certain cases – What are they?

The British Nationality Act 1981 provides that a child born in the UK automatically acquires British citizenship if at the time of her birth, her...

Do I have to pay duty or tax when bringing personal items to the UK?
Do I have to pay duty or tax when bringing personal items to the UK?

Full relief from import duty is available on any personal property intended for the personal use of the claimant or for meeting their household...

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