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  • Tier 2/work permit visas: period of leave granted
    09 June 2010
    UK immigration authorities have now published a new Tier 2 Policy Guidance which replaces the period of leave previously granted for all applications except the Intra-Company Transfer, Graduate Trainees and Skills Transfer.
  • UK Domestic worker visa: in-country extensions and national minimum wage
    08 June 2010
    Many private employers and their domestic workers may be baffled by the complex procedure and equally concerned about the possibility of being subject to penalties for past breaches.
  • Tier 1 General visa: still an attractive immigration category to enter the UK!
    07 June 2010
    The Tier 1 General (G) category is still an attractive immigration option for migrants who intend to work and settle in the UK, but have not yet secured a job offer.
  • UK Long Residency, but for how long?
    04 June 2010
    Politicians often use immigration as a seasoned scapegoat particularly when the going gets tough and the economic climate requires some tough talking. The new Government is clearly looking to place some distance between itself and its predecessor.
  • Settlement: how to make a successful application!
    02 June 2010
    This article is not meant to be an exhaustive guidance on the subject of Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK, however it should provide you with a general overview of the preliminary work to be done in the preparation of a settlement application by identifying some of the most common mistakes, thus saving you money, time and hopefully tears.
  • EEA nationals and their family members: a look at the past, present and future.
    01 June 2010
    On 1 May 2004, the 15 “original” members of the European Union (EU) were joined by 10 other countries, namely Poland, Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovenia (known collectively as the Accession 8 countries or A8) and Cyprus and Malta.
  • The Border, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009: what now?
    31 May 2010
    The Border, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009 was devised by the previous government to amend the 1981 British Nationality Act with a clear intention to make it harder for migrants to qualify for British nationality by increasing the length of time spent in the UK, reducing the allowed days of absences and adding new requirements
  • Adopted children: is there an entitlement to British citizenship?
    28 May 2010
    British Nationality law does distinguish between adopted and natural children in respect of their rights to UK citizenship.
  • UK Immigration under the new Government: a matter of hope or despair?
    17 May 2010
    With the dawn of the new political era, many migrants and UK employers may feel uncertain about the future of UK immigration. However, what is known so far is that the main legacy of the previous Government, the Points Based Scheme, and in particular the Tier 1 and Tier 2 Schemes, will be carried forward by the new Conservative - Liberal coalition with more stringent criteria likely to be introduced in the next few months.
  • Settlement in the UK: what does it mean to be 'economically active'?
    10 May 2010
    As advised, in our previous article on Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK, settlement is an area of UK immigration law which is both varied and complex.

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