Sharan is Leaving the Office!

  After 6 years service Sharan Kaur has decided to marry and leave our office and will be moving to a small city outside Leicester called London!   Sharan first did a placement with us when ...

Appeal Fee’s

Readers will be aware from the last post we blogged that the Government increased fees for immigration appeals from 10th October 2016 from £140 per person for an oral appeal to £800 per Appellant ...

IMMIGRATION ACT 2014 – APPEALS

The drastic changes made to the appeals system by the Immigration Act 2014 have now been fully implemented so that there are now only three types of decisions made by the Home Office which may be ...

IMMIGRATION ACT 2014 – MARRIAGE

  Changes to Marriage Rules for Non-EEA Nationals Wanting to Marry in the United Kingdom The government continues to bring in new laws which are intended to create a hostile environment for ...

IMMIGRATION ACT 2014 – DEPORTATION

Further Limitations on the Appeal Rights of Deportees The piecemeal implementation of the Immigration Act 2014 continues. Recent changes to appeal rights coupled with certification provisions ...

Immigration Act 2014 – Part II

Section 117C: additional considerations in cases involving foreign criminals – deportation   This section provides additional considerations for foreign criminals facing deportation.  The ...

Immigration Act 2014 –

Judges Told How to Assess Private and Family Life – Article 8, ECHR   Here is another article in connection of our series of articles on the 2014 Act, Part two will follow shortly and will ...

NO MORE STUDENT APPEALS

IMMIGRATION ACT 2014   One Immigration will be running a series of Article on the impact of the Immigration Act. Some parts of the act are already in force and other parts will commence shortly. ...

April 2013 Tier 2 and PBS Changes

Introduction On 6th April the UK Border Agency (UKBA) introduced changes to the Tier 2 immigration rules that will affect UK employers (and applicants.) These changes apply to all new, extension ...

Leave To Enter For Sheep Shearer’s

  Yes it’s true! Under a recent concession sheep shearers are welcome to come to the UK for up to three months without any formal application process. Although non-British parents of British ...

MORE CHANGES TO THE IMMIGRATION RULES

MORE CHANGES TO THE IMMIGRATION RULES On Thursday 22nd November 2012, UKBA announced that a written ministerial statement had been ‘laid in Parliament’ bringing into force a number of changes to ...

UK Immigration Overstayers Rule Changes

UK IMMIGRATION OVERSTAYERS RULE CHANGE FROM 1ST OCTOBER 2012  Are you subject to immigration control in the UK?  Did you have leave to remain in the UK?  Has that leave now expired?  Are you ...

Changes To Immigration Appeals

For the first time since the introduction of Immigration Appeal’s in 1969 the Government will be charging for Immigration Appeals in the First-tier Tribunal. This appears to be in line with ...

UKBA “Controlled Archive”

We’ve heard it all before – new unit being set up to clear up outstanding cases, attempts to disguise UKBA incompetence. The news that the UKBA have been manipulating statistics to ...

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